The Rainbow Museum is an inspiring place for both children and parents. It is spiritual and down to earth, emotional and rational, virtual and real.
The rainbow is a very beautiful and powerful object. It doesn’t actually exist, still everyone refers to it in more or less the same way. And most of us look at it in awe. When I asked my son (who is 4 years old) whether he wanted to go to The Rainbow Museum, he immediately said YES. When I asked him what he expected to see, he answered: All kinds of colours!
Rainbows are generally described as very colourful and peaceful. In Greco-Roman mythology, the rainbow was considered to be a path made by a messenger between Earth and Heaven. Whatever the culture or continent, our species’ earliest rainbow is the rainbow of the imagination.
The Rainbow Museum needs ‘helpers’. If you want to contribute to The Rainbow Museum, please visit our website: www.therainbowmuseum.com.
Become a Rainbow Explorer and share your rainbow pictures and stories!
The Rainbow Museum is not about identity, but about values. It aims to unite people.
Please contact: Simon Vierstra