In Estonian folk calendar the Walpurgis Night was celebrated as the birthday of the land, custom was to make bonfire, ring bells and make noise in general. Old stories say, that on the Walpurgis Night witches tried to seduce young girls to join them. Estonians believed that on the night trees would talk to each other, so they would bring sacrifice of food to trees and bind ribbons to the branches.
We will celebrate Walpurgis Night at the museums swing grounds with bonfire, games and dancing to live music, also talk about sacrifice to trees and bind colourful ribbons to the branches.
Price comes together according to client's wishes.
For additional pay: Lunch or dinner (national Estonian dishes)
Duration: 5 hours
* This package is for up to 50 people, information about bigger events firstname.lastname@example.org or +372 6549 109.