fair and science competition are waiting for children in Agorá

Children’s Day programs start at 9 am on Saturday with the performance of the Agóra Grimaszk Acting Group and the Karolina Elementary School Acting Groups in the ground floor auditorium.

Here, Pesti Művész Theatre’s musical fairy tale play, The Lion King, is presented, and in the afternoon, kids are treated to amazing experimental shows and science magic.

On the open-air stage, programs will run continuously from 10:30 am to 4 pm: there will be a Grimm-Busz concert, a fitness show, a dance theater show, and a dance school.

In the yard, families wait all day with games of skill and folk, giant board games, and a juggling corner.

The craft houses of the Napsugaras Folk Art Association will come, there will be wood carvings for kids and adults with Dániel Bede, and the Nem Adom fel Foundation will set up an obstacle course.

In the auditorium, there is an exchange and exchange of Kinderfigurák, and in front of the Chamber Hall, the Hungarikum Theater welcomes those interested.

On the first floor, visitors can make a diving bell and floating airbag during craft activities that guide them into the world of science, and in the activity based on the world of traditions, they can also make pearl jewelry and party favors.

An exhibition with this title opens on Saturdays at 11 am on the first floor of the Agora. There has never been such a large fair of demons in Hungary.

The Tangible Logic Gallery offers a glimpse into a world the game makes you think beyond. Hundreds of different logic games can be seen, giving a comprehensive picture of the different genres, most popular designers, combinations, and the history of Devil’s Castles.

The curation of the exhibition is credited to four private collectors – Sandor Bouzuki, Peter Gall, Gergely Premix and Victor Vig.

Our inaugural photo was taken on Children’s Day last year in the agora (Photo: Aurél Iványi)

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