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Five Best Things to Do in December

POCKET GUIDE: A cultural shortlist for the month, in order of buzz

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'Gods, Myths, and Mortals'

NATIONAL HELLENIC MUSEUM

A more hands-on Homer arrives in Gods, Myths, and Mortals, featuring a climbable Trojan horse and karaoke in the Sirens’ cave. Opening in tandem with the museum’s new West Loop space, the exhibit is meant for kids, but it’s also suitable for those who hear “Homer” and think “doughnut.”

DETAILS:

Opening 12/10 The museum toasts the opening of its new 40,000-square-foot digs with an interactive exhibit that merges the old (a 12-foot Trojan horse kids can climb inside) with the new (a karaoke “cave” for singing like a Siren). Open Tue 10–8, Wed–Fri 10–5, Sat–Sun 11–5. Closed 12/25, 1/1. Free (kids under 3) to $10. 333 S Halsted. www.nationalhellenicmuseum.org.

PLUS: Check out our Holiday Schlock-o-Meter, a printable guide of this year’s seasonal events, from cheesy to classy, naughty to nice »

 

Photograph: Courtesy of Children’s Museum of Manhattan

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