A day at Explora with Stokke

Sotkke
Sunday, December 11th, STOKKE is inviting you at EXPLORA: for the whole day, in each of the four timed visits, children can visit freely the Museum of Rome, entirely dedicated to them.
On the same day, in addition to the many pathways within the Museum, visitors will have the opportunity to customise their own Tripp Trapp, in the outdoor hall, with the corner decorated in the “maker”-style by Stokke: using a laser printer, the back of the high chair can be etched with the child’s name, free of charge, as a souvenir on a unique product, made exclusively for your child, and that will accompany them for all of their life.
Guests already owning a Tripp Trapp might bring their high chair back for the etching, that will be made without any booking required. Moreover, everyone will be able to order their own customised Tripp Trapp in all of its colours available.

Stokke will welcome all children to take part in an original photographic set and receive their own “souvenir photo” #mytripptrapp.

 

When Sunday, December 11th, 2016 from 10:00am to 7:00pm

Age:-3-11 years

How to attend:

Admission is free for events taking place in the outdoor areas;
Booking is required for admission to museum: Book here

Thanks to Stokke

Stokke
The Norwegian brand continues a long tradition of designing smart, sustainable products that promote bonding and healthy development for a whole new generation of children and their families. Stokke celebrates its style in the Capital, in particular, its iconic Tripp Trapp: the high chair that grows with the child, thanks to its modular and smart design, offering a correct posture for each age and stimulating its social skills. Available on the market since 1972, Tripp Trapp, a game-changing high chair, has recently reached the number of 10 million items produced, an important goal acknowledged by many international events.
Stokke will be now in Rome, stressing their commitment to encourage child development and strengthen the bonds between parent and child “Designed to be close”, with a series of rendezvous in museums and places sharing the brand’s philosophy.