LAS VEGAS – DISCOVERY Children’s Museum’s Royal Tea, the Museum’s annual event dedicated to raising funds to support educational programming for children and families of Southern Nevada. Hosted at the DISCOVERY Children’s Museum for the first time, on Sunday, May 16. This year’s Candyland-themed picnic event is sure to be a sweet treat for you and your family. A delicious menu has been curated for the event and will be delivered directly to each table. Tables will also come set up with a craft station that your little ones can use to create their own candy necklaces, tissue paper cotton candy, ceramic candies, and more — guided instruction will be provided by our fabulous staff and volunteers!
We are offering two seating times for the event, as well as our virtual party box option:
Morning Tea: 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Afternoon Tea: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM (SOLD OUT!)
Prefer to picnic from home? Register for the virtual party box to participate in the Royal Tea picnic remotely! Enjoy activities specially curated to do in your home. Create with your family a fantastic Glitter Cupcake Magnet fit with sprinkles, as well as your very own Dessert Sun Catcher to paint and decorate! Never has a virtual party been so sweet.
For more information about how to become an activity sponsor or get involved, please visit the DISCOVERY Children’s Museum website, here.
About DISCOVERY Children’s Museum
Celebrating 30 years, DISCOVERY Children’s Museum is the top interactive Museum in Southern Nevada, welcoming all children and families to explore three complete floors filled with heart-pumping, brain-boosting, curiosity-satisfying fun, adventure, and DISCOVERY. The nonprofit educational institution re-located to Symphony Park in March 2013 and serves as Las Vegas’ only children’s museum. The three-story museum encompassing 26,000 square feet is complete with nine exhibition galleries featuring immersive traveling exhibitions, daily programs, demonstrations and activities, and collaborative cultural programming for all occasions. DISCOVERY Children’s Museum offers children the opportunity to explore their curiosities while addressing the core educational areas of science and nature, art and culture, and early childhood development.