Family Festival: Discover the Ancient Wari
August 3, 2013
to 4 PM
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd. , Fort Worth, TX
Brightly colored tunics worn by rulers, painted ceremonial vessels in the shape of fantastic creatures, and precious mosaic and metal objects offer a tantalizing glimpse into South America’s first empire. Festival activities are offered in conjunction with the exhibition Wari: Lords of the Ancient Andes and will include music performances by Wayanay Inka.
Free; no reservations necessary. Admission to special exhibitions is free during the events.
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