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Hurghada: tour to Sand City Museum - culture and History - School Parties

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Duration

2 Hours

Tour Type

Culture and History

Group Size

50 persons

Location

Hurghada

Overview

Our open air Museum is the onlyone in Africa and Middle East, bland of two different concepts. The first one Mythological Art, consist of 12 pieces 3D statues and 18 wall statues, represented legends, famous military leaders, characters one of the romances that change the world, Gods… The second part Wonderland Art, consist of 23 pieces of 3D statues of Walt Disney animated characters and 10 pieces of wall statues (tales telling stories).

Enjoy with us in an atmosphere full of culture and fun with your children on how to use sand in sculpting and coloring on models with colors and brushes

Included/Excluded

Gypsum figurines
Colors
Brush

About this activity

Starting time 10:00 AM
Instant confirmation
Mobile ticketing
Live tour guide
Skip the line
Tour guide

Prepare for the activity

Warm clothing in winter
Loose clothing in summer
Photo/video equipment
Sun hat
Sunglasses

Not allowed

No pets
Alcoholic drinks
Luggage or large bags

Know before you go

Additional fees may be charged for transfers

FAQs

WHEN IS MUSEUM OPEN?
Soft opening of Sand City Museum was in December 2013. Officially is opened 22nd of January 2014 as Open Air & Sand Sculpture Museum, one & only in Africa and Middle East.
HOW DID WE MAKE SAND SCULPTURE?
Our sculptures are made with sand and water only, we don`t use glue. Water is “the glue" that holds the sand together, so you want to have an easily accessible source. The key is how the sand is packed.
WHAT TOOLS DO THE SCULPTORS USE?
The sculptors use a variety of tools ranging from trowels of all sizes, through to things that you might find in your kitchen drawer at home! They all use a plastic tube, like a large drinking straw, to gently blow away the grains of sand as they carve.
DO THE SCULPTORS START FROM THE TOP OR THE BOTTOM?
The sand is compacted firmly into wooden forms to create the general shape and size of the sculpture. They use these layers to climb to the top; they remove the wooden formwork from around the top layer and start carving. When they have finished the top layer, they move down to the next, and so on.

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