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Alexander Graham Bell-Come Fly a Kite!

Chebucto St, Baddeck

902-295-2069



Discover the role kites played in Alexander Graham Bell’s experiments with flight and learn about his giant tetrahedral kite. Children are invited to create, decorate and fly a kite, which is theirs to keep in our kite-making workshop. For teens and families, why not take kite-making to a whole new level by building and decorating your own four-celled tetrahedral kite, similar to those Bell used in his flight experiments. All kite-making workshops are offered daily in July and August.

Basic Kite Making Workshop

Length: 30 minutes

Price: $2.40 per person (General admission fees are not included)

Time: 2:15 p.m. (English/French)

 

Family & Teen Tetra Kite Workshop

Length: 45 minutes

Price: $9.60 per kite (General admission fees are not included)

Time: 3:45 p.m. (English/French)

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