The Chinese Pavilion Open today 11.00-17.00

For children

Go on a journey of discovery through the rooms of the Chinese Pavilion! The picture hunt turns a visit into a voyage of discovery.

Can you find where the images are located in the Chinese pavilion?

The image hunts are available at the entry desk, included in the entry fee during regular opening hours. Suitable for children aged 4–12, but just as much fun for the whole family. All children who take part will win a little reward at the end!

Photo: Kate Gabor, Sanna Argus Tirén

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