Tour to the House of Gingerbread Cookies

In Minsk (Severny lane, 11) you can visit the House of Gingerbread Cookies! This is a museum, a shop and a workshop in one place. Here you can participate together with your family in master classes, celebrate a birthday party, or come with your classmates on a tour. You can relax, drink tea, learn new things and exchange sweet presents. Everyone is sure to get a lot of emotions and impressions and will definitely want to come back!

A visit to the House of Gingerbread Cookies allows children to learn almost everything about this delicious treat. At the very beginning, Gingerbread fairies offer the children to plunge into the past and learn about the history of this delicacy, which started a long time ago. Little guests will discover many secrets: how gingerbread cookies were made 100 years ago, what tools were used, why they were previously called honey bread, and how printed gingerbread cookies differ from cut-out ones. The Gingerbread fairies will also teach you how to make gingerbread cookies with your own hands! All guests can create their own gingerbread masterpiece and bake it. The visit to the House of Gingerbread Cookies always ends with a party with fragrant tea made in real samovars!

On the New year's and Christmas Eve, additional outdoor performances "New Year's Adventure in the Gingerbread Country" are held on the site. Сontests, quizzes, dances around the elegant Christmas tree and, of course, a meeting with Santa Claus and Snow Maiden - these and many more activities are waiting for you.

A school excursion costs 5 rubles per person. Family and children's workshops cost 20 rubles.

Recommended children's age is between 5 and 12 years.

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