This Christmas bring your parents to the Museum!

We need young, adventurous researchers to help locate a lot of current objects that have crept into the showcases of the permanent exhibition Baetulo Roman City

The curators of the Museu de Badalona have discovered that a lot of objects that have nothing to do with the Roman era have been placed in the showcases of the Baetulo site. According to media reports, a team of researchers is working on the hypothesis that it could be a very strange interstellar phenomenon that allows some objects to travel through time. If confirmed, we would be talking about the first time this is happening in our city.

How is it possible that there are plastic objects, electrical appliances, aluminum utensils in the display cases? Archaeologists find no explanation for the chaos and ask for the help of all those children who are willing to locate these traveling intruders.

So, we invite young and old to come to the Museum taking advantage of the arrival of the Christmas holidays and that the school holidays are approaching. Admission will be free for all schoolchildren and adults will be able to discover the remodeling of the exhibition and learn about the most emblematic pieces found in the excavations of the last 10 years, which complement the impressive archaeological collection of the Roman Baetulo.

The Museum will be raffling off a batch of educational games among all participants.

We look forward to seeing you from next Tuesday, December 22nd until January 10th. Remember that on 25th and 26th December, 1st and 6th January, the Museum will be closed. And the opening time for December 24 h and 31st and January 5th will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For further information: Esther Espejo. Museum of Badalona


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