Four Ways To Keep The Kids Busy This Summer

School’s out soon, and you know what that means– time to find fun things to do! Here at Pacific Asia Museum, we’re happy to help with these fun activities throughout the summer. And best of all, many of these are free!

Silk Road Storytime

Silk Road Storytime
Held on the first Saturday of every month, Silk Road Storytime is a free and fun way to learn about cultures around the world. Our veteran storyteller Sunny Stevenson shares tales with different themes every month, followed by a craft and snacks. Over the summer, enjoy Animal Fables, Chinese Fairytales, Legends from Japan and more! Check our website for each month’s theme.

Free Family Festival

Free Fourth Fridays
Every fourth Friday of the month, Pacific Asia Museum opens its doors to the community for free! Explore our galleries and exhibitions, enjoy the tranquil Chinese courtyard garden, and take a docent-led tour. It’s the perfect way to spend a summer afternoon!

 

Silk Road

Journeys: The Silk Road
This interactive family-friendly gallery is where visitors can explore the legendary trade route that linked Europe and Asia for more than a thousand years. With hands-on activities and traditional costumes, kids and adults alike can immerse themselves in Asian history in fun new ways. As a permanent gallery, it’s always available for families to enjoy.

Korean Dancer

Free Family Festival
Even though many students are going back to school early this year, our Free Family Festival on September 15 is a great opportunity to enjoy the last days of summer. This festival celebrates the arts and culture of Korea with performances, crafts, demonstrations and more! Free and open to the public.

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