December storytelling; The “Nisse” who was afraid of Christmas!
The “Nisse” who was afraid of Christmas!
A traveling «nisse» sneaks into the Museum, just before Christmas. She is cold, afraid and has no place to sleep for the night. Then she meets the «house-nisse» who is in the middle of the night’s sleep and does not want any visitors. Eventually they have some fun together, with singing songs and magic. The in house-nisse tells stories of the nice things about Christmas and finds it entertaining that the traveling «nisse» is so afraid of the best in the world, Christmas, since that’s when you get presents! The traveling «nisse» believes that Christmas is a dangerous thing when we have to make presents, cook and decorate trees. The «house-nisse» laughs out loud. Who knows maybe the «house-nisse» can convince the traveling «nisse» that Christmas is amazing? And maybe the traveling «nisse» stays around for a little longer?
December Date; Sat 1, Sun 2, Sat 8, Sun 9th
Hours; kl. 12, 13 and 14.30
A Christmas story suitable for the youngest and the little ones (3-12 years)
** By Marlene Rom Rysstad and Solveig Villung
**A «nisse» is a mythological creature from Nordic folklore, typically associated with the winter solstice and the Christmas season.
ENTRANCE TICKET ADULT: 75 KR CHILDREN: 40 KR STUDENT: 40 KR SENIOR: 40 KR FAMILY: 250 KR * (2 adults + 3 to 4 children)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 09.30-14.00
Saturday, Sunday 11.00-16.00
Monday, Friday closed
(until December 9th 2018)