🧚🧚‍♂️ Fairies and Fun at The Woodlands Children’s Museum. Playtime and pixie dust come together on June 24 and 26 for children and families to celebrate International Fairy Day.

Parents are invited to bring their wee folk and dress as their favorite woodland creatures for a day full of magical fun! A special meet-and-greet photo opportunity with Tinkerbell will take place on stage at 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, and 1:30pm on both days.

Children can also create their own special fairy wings and enchanting wands in The Muse Art Bar. Fairy-style face painting will also be available, along with sensory play in the fairy flower bins.

“Believing in fairies opens young minds to the magic of nature and the wonderment found in the world around us,” states Angela Colton, the museum’s Executive Director.
“On our annual Fairy Day, that magic is seen on the faces of guests as they meet and pose for pictures with Tinkerbell,
who appears to have just flown in on a cloud of pixie dust.”

On Thursday, June 24, visitors can also enjoy an animated story entitled Backyard Fairies by Phoebe Wahl. In this delightfully illustrated book, a young girl searches for fairies in her backyard, following secret clues and traces of magic.

Join us for this peek into the magical world of fairies, sprites, and other magical creatures. Event is included in the price of admission, which is $7 for adults and children 1 year and older. Click for tickets.