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Date
14 Mar 2005
Tags
IOC News , museum-news-articles

This week at the Olympic Museum… (21.03.2005)


Destination Olympia, 5 B.C. exhibition

The Olympic Museum is offering a diverse programme linking ancient and modern sport and culture. On the programme are various guided tours of this temporary exhibition, offers for associations and businesses, educational files, discovery sheets, themed workbooks, etc. Information on 021 621 65 11.

 

100 Years of Planet Football – FIFA 1904-2004 exhibition

The Olympic Museum is staging Questions for a quick tour. For children and the general public alike, 15 questions guide the visitor around the exhibition and provide a way of very quickly understanding the essence of its content. Information on 021 621 65 11.

 

The week’s events at the Olympic Museum

 

Sunday 27 March: Catch the rabbit! In what has become an Easter tradition, a giant chocolate rabbit will have pride of place next Sunday in the Museum entrance hall. It will then be broken and eaten by passing visitors. Jeannot is over 1m50 tall and weighs around 50 kilogrammes, and this year, because of the FIFA exhibition, he will be a footballing rabbit! Let’s hope that his predators will first take time to admire him before tucking into him. Around 2 p.m. in the Museum entrance hall. Admission free. Information on 021 621 65 11.
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