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Wee Faerie Village 2015

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Wee Faerie Village Presents WHIMSICAL KINGDOMS
The Castles, Towers, and Palaces of Fiction’s Greatest Princes & Princesses (and perhaps a few Sorcerers and Witches)

October 1 through November 1, 2015

Ready to romp through some royal realms?

Visitors follow the “Treasured Map” to over thirty hand-crafted faerie kingdoms and scenes – from Cinderella’s enchanted castle to Rapunzel’s towering tower to Aladdin’s shimmering palace. All ages will marvel at the detail and craftsmanship as they visit scenes from King ArthurHarry PotterA Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Lord of the Rings.

This year, the artists have been challenged to create their kingdoms using natural materials. Their imaginations are sure to create fanciful edifices detailed with pinecone pinnacles, fungus fortresses, acorn-topped timbered towers, bark-covered buttresses, fluttering feather flags, and driftwood drawbridges. 

Sound the mini-faerie trumpets!

Please note there are special hours & pricing for Wee Faerie Village from October 1 to November 1.
Tues. – Sat. 10am – 5pm & Sun. 11am – 5pm Open Columbus Day Monday (October 12) 10am – 5pm

Wee Faerie Admission
During this time, Museum passes, Library passes, 2-for-1 offers, and other discounts apply to the regular admission fee.

Admission includes access to the Wee Faerie Village outdoor exhibition and the special exhibitions in the Krieble Gallery, as well as the historic Florence Griswold House and the rest of the Museum’s facilities. All visitors are responsible for the additional special event admission.
$15 Adults
$14 Seniors (62+)
$13 Students
$5 Members
Children 12 and under are free

Florence Griswold Museum
96 Lyme St, Old Lyme, Connecticut 06371

https://florencegriswoldmuseum.org/programs-events/wee-faerie-village/

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