Activities for children Activities for children Activities for children
Discover the Frans Hals Museum with kids
Pick up a scavenger hunt at reception before you start your visit. The booklet contains a fun search for details assignment, plus a colouring-in pic which you need to complete. Or get creative and draw a colourful portrait with tips & trics from Jesse Strikwerda.
Peek inside the 18th-century doll’ s house which has a thousand small objects. The doll’s house now has new improved lighting so you can get an even better peek inside. Or join the painting workshop or the children’s tour during the school holidays. (the tour and workshop are in Dutch)
During the Summer holidays you can join the the painting workshop in the Frans Hals Museum.
Discover stories during the children’s tour and participate in fun assignments that make you look at the paintings and each other differently. Take a look at the museum upside down. Or learn to paint with the ‘loose touch’ of the famous painters Jacob Jordaens and Fans Hals at the painting workshop. All kids activities are in Dutch.
Using your imagination, finish off the drawing of the civic guards of Frans Hals to the best of your ability, yourself.
Look and compare your colours with those of Frans Hals at ‘Alle Schutterstukken’. (All the Civic Guards)
Get started yourself and draw a colourful portrait of yourself or someone else. In this video, artist Jesse Strikwerda gives you tips & tricks on how to draw a colourful portrait yourself.
Or photograph yourself in a different way. Artist Angela Tellier tells you in a video how to make a self-portrait without putting the emphasis on your face, watch the entire video here. Via Facebook or Instagram, you can show us how you photographed yourself differently! #franshalsmuseum or @franshalsmuseum