General information and useful tips when planning a visit:
The floor spaces of the museum are carpeted and in winter heated by floor heating, thus you are (kindly)asked/invited to remove your shoes during visiting us. We can provide slippers for you.
For teachers and educators:
On weekday mornings, we run story classes for nursery and primary school groups in which we bring fairytales to life through various games. Please have a look at the classes we offer – these are broken down into short descriptions by age group.
You can register for the class of your choice in advance by contacting us at [email protected]
You can accompany the group in various ways: you can choose to be an observer, which gives you the means to get to know your group's behaviour and dynamic in new surroundings; or you can choose to take part in the game, since the shared experience makes the group bond stronger.
In the afternoons, we become a workshop using the rich material of fairytales in our theatrical, artistic, musical, and dance-based sessions. You’ll find more about the times and content of our classes here:
On the weekends, our events cater programs specifically for families. You can find out more in the event calendar on our homepage.
The Story Museum is also the perfect place to celebrate your child’s birthday. If you’d like to come and celebrate your child’s birthday in a fairytale setting, please contact Katalin Csörsz at [email protected] for further information.