The visitors were inmates of Children’s Homes: Moia Rodyna (s. Khotiv, Kyivska oblast), Soniachne Siaivo (s. Trebukhiv, Kyivska oblast), Nadiia (s. Mokrets, Kyivska oblast), Lubystok (s. Novi Petrivtsi, Kyivska oblast); family type children’s homes: Ovarchiuk family (s. Pisky, Chernihivska oblast), Mishchenko family (s. Horokhuvatka, Kyivska oblast), Fedoriak family (m. Uzyn, Kyivska oblast) and Forced Migrants Resettlement Centre for orphan children (Pushcha Vodytsia).
The Fairy-tale Museum is 2900 sq.m. of stage scenery, 9000 kg of tasty candies, 77 fairy-tale characters, 20 playgrounds and a guaranteed gift for every child.
At the Museum kids met fairy-tale characters: Ninja Turtles, Mr. Gru and Minions, Squirrel from the Ice Age, Harry Potter and Darth Vader himself.
In addition to playtime with fairy-tale characters, every performance at the Museum is a peculiar quest. This time kids, helped by museum pieces, had to rescue the New Year from evel spirits. Every little guest received New Year present from Santa Claus and had a possibility to win or earn additional prizes.
Blagomay Charity Fund expresses its gratitude to Natalia Babchuk for making it possible for 116 orphan children and forced migrants to visit the Fairy-tale Museum (http://muzeika.com/)!