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Film & Workshop for the Whole Family / Robin Hood, 1973 (in Hebrew)

In these trying times, you are invited to take a break and enjoy two hours of curiosity in a secure space—a film screening accompanied by creative activity.

Robin Hood (1973)
83 min, animation, Hebrew dubbing

This classic Disney film tells the mythological story of Robin Hood, who, with the merry inhabitants of Sherwood Forest, sets out to save England from the clutches of Prince John and Sir Hiss, in a bid to restore King Richard to the throne. All the while, Robin Hood strives to win the hand of Maid Marian.

The film will be accompanied by a creative workshop, in which you may participate before or after the screening.
Materials Lab— Half an hour of creativity: an experiential and fascinating workshop using a variety of materials.

We will learn how any material may be used to create art, experimenting with art-making in a variety of materials while using a lot of imagination.

Monday to Thursday 2 to 5 pm; Friday 9 am to 12 pm
Duration: approx. 30 minutes
The activity will take place in a gallery adjacent to a secure space— the Lily and Yoel-Moshe Elstein Multi-Purpose Gallery. It will be divided into three activity zones, by age group: 3–5, 5–7, and 7+

Entry is from the Herta and Paul Amir Building.
Participation is free of charge, but advance registration is required. When registering, please choose the time of participation in the workshop.
Attention! Tickets are required for all participants, including an accompanying adult (on the activity reservation page, please make sure you select the correct number of tickets for all participants).
On the days of this activity, the Pastel Restaurant at the museum will offer special children's meals at a price of NIS 55 between 12 and 2:30 pm.
The Museum Shop will be open during activity hours.