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Samhain – Celtic Halloween 31/10

Join us in 2020 as well for our Celtic Halloween, on 31 October! This year we are organising separate events for children (from 13:00 to 16:00) and adults (from 17:00 until 22:00)!

The Celtic ancestor of Halloween, Samhain was the last day of the Celtic calendar. The word means the end of summer. The Celts believed that on 31 October the boundary between this world and the otherworld became narrow, opening up and allowing the dead and supernatural creatures to cross over to this world.

Join us on 31 October, from 13:00 to 22:00 for our all-out Celtic Halloween!

Most of the events will take place outdoors. To ensure that distancing guidelines can be followed, we’re organising separate events for children – from 13:00 to 16:00 with arts and crafts, scavenger hunt, and fearsome Celtic warriors. Once the sun sets and the fires are lit, it’s time for the adults (17:00-22:00)!
 
Events primarily for children
13:00-15:00 Gathering magic herbs in the archaeological park
 
Arts and crafts tickets for the workshops in the afternoon can be purchased until 15:00 at the cashier’s desk. 1 ticket = 300 HUF.
13:00-15:30 Pumpkin carving (3 tickets)
13:00-15:30 Make your own paper lantern (1 ticket)
13:00-15:30 Make your own mask (2 tickets)
13:00-15:30 Make your own headdress (1 ticket)
13:00-15:30 Make your own magic flask (1 ticket + the ingredients can be obtained during the Gathering magic herbs in the archaeological park event (13:00-15:00))
 
13:00-16:00 Demonstration: Celtic life, attire, warrior training (Szarvas Törzs)
13:00-16:00 Divination with apples
14:00-15:00 Jamie and the fairies: Celtic tales of Samhain eve for kids with Csenge Virág Zalka (in Hungarian)
14:30-15:30 With a horse and carriage to the otherworld. Guided tour in the Carved Stone Collection (in Hungarian)
15:30-16:00 Carved pumpkin beauty contest
 
Events primarily for adults

17:00-20:00 Gathering magic herbs in the archaeological park by electric torchlight (If you wish to take part in the herb gathering event please bring your own electric torch, as the museum does not provide torches.)

Arts and crafts tickets for the workshops in the evening can be purchased until 20:00 at the cashier’s desk. 1 ticket = 300 HUF.
17:00-20:30 Pumpkin carving (3 tickets)
17:00-20:30 Make your own headdress (2 tickets)
17:00-20:30 Make your own mask (2 tickets)
17:00-20:30 Make your own felt earring (2 tickets)
17:00-20:30 Make your own magic flask ( ticket + the ingredients can be obtained during the Gathering magic herbs in the archaeological park by electric torchlight event (17:00-20:00))

17:00-21:00 Heartwarming divination from tea leaves
17:00-21:00 Crossing into the otherworld (“in-scape room”)
18:00-19:00 With a horse and carriage to the otherworld. Guided tour by torchlight in the Carved Stone Collection (in Hungarian)
18:00-18:15 Celtic fire duel (Szarvas Törzs)
19:00-20:00 Flame in the night: Bloodcurdling Celtic tales for adults with Csenge Virág Zalka (in Hungarian)
19:30-19:45 Celtic fire duel (Szarvas Törzs)
20:30-21:00 Beauty contest for adult carbed pumpkins
21:15-22:00 Celtic fire ritual, sacrifice and fire jumping (Szarvas Törzs)

 
We reserve the right to make changes to the programme!

 

 

Tickets:
Adult ticket: 1300 HUF pp.
Adult group ticket(20+ people): 1000 HUF pp.
Student and Senior ticket: 650 HUF pp.
Student and Senior group ticket (10+ people): 600 HUF pp.
Family ticket (2 adults 2 children): 2600 HUF/family
Arts and crafts ticket: 300 HUF/ticket

During the event regular discounts do not apply. Journalists, people with disabilities and their companions, visitors younger than 6 or older than 70, as well as teachers accompanying groups of students can visit the event free of charge! The discounts on the last Saturday of the month can be used in October 2020 on the penultimate Saturday of the month, 24 October. The discounts cannot be used during the Samhain event.

Free entry for residents of District III with a valid address card!

Please wear a mask covering your nose and mouth on museum premises (both indoors and outdoors) at all times during the event. Please read the museum’s visitor regulations prior to your visit! 

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