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Corncobs to Cosmonauts: Redefining the Soviet Era Holidays

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Dates:Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun from 11/9/18 - 1/27/19
Hours:T-F: 11am-4pm, S-S: 11am-5pm, Closed Mondays
Ages:Kids, Teens, Adults
Cost:$ see below
The Museum of Russian Icons is presenting an exhibition of over 150 Soviet-era ornaments from November 9, 2018-January 27, 2019.

Learn about Russian New Years traditions including Father Frost and the Snow Maiden during the Soviet era in this exhibition of Soviet ornaments, toys, books, postcards, and New Years trees.

The decorations come from the former USSR and will be displayed alongside various sizes of “New Year’s Trees” along with toys, books, and cards that will transform the Museum’s West Gallery into a winter wonderland

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Adults $10Seniors (59 and over) $7Students (with ID) $5Children (3-17) $5Children under 3 FREE




203 Union Street, Clinton, MA, 01510 map
Phone: 978.598.5000

From Boston and Points East
Take the Mass Pike (Interstate 90) westbound to exit 11A North (Route 495). From 495 take exit 26 toward Route 62 West. Follow Route 62 into the center of Clinton (about 6 miles). At the “Welcome to Clinton” sign, bear left onto Mechanic Street, then a sharp right at the stop sign onto Union Street. The Museum is the brick building immediately on your right across from the park.


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