Wreath Making at the Museum

Festive Winter Weekend

Events and Activities

Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December | Museum Admission Free

Celebrate the start of the festive season for our final open weekend of 2018 - after this we'll be closed until 1st January for the Museum's annual 'deep clean'. Drop in and join us for a glass of mulled wine or spiced berry cordial, enjoy family-friendly craft activities, have a go at old fashioned parlour games, warm your vocal chords with carols, or follow an enchanted winter trail around the secret garden. We look forward to seeing you!

Drop In Family Workshop: Christmas Gift Crafts

Saturday and Sunday | 11am - 3:30pm | £1 per gift

Make some fun and thoughtful gifts to give to friends and loved ones. Lavender bags for your linen drawers, decorative stars or gift baskets, or a colourful peg doll angel. For families with children aged 5 and above.

Drop In Family Fun: Old Fashioned Parlour Games

Saturday and Sunday | 11am - 4pm | Free

What did children do to entertain themselves on long, cold winter days before TV, tablets and all our modern-day digital devices? Step back in time to find out and enjoy some of our favourite old fashioned games with Kim Baker in Victorian costume.

Wreath Making Workshops

Saturday 1 December | 11am & 2pm | £12.50/£10 concession

Make a beautiful, traditional winter wreath to add a festive and welcoming touch to your door or table. All materials and tea or coffee provided, but feel free to bring along your own special ribbons or sparkly bits and bobs to embellish your creation. For adults and ages 16 and above.

Booking necessary as these workshops fill quickly! Please call on 01453 763394.

Carol Singing with Eleanor Holliday and Friends

Saturday 1 December | 4pm | Free

There's nothing like a good old-fashioned singsong to cheer you up as the days grow shorter and the nights draw in! Come and join in as we sing some traditional carols, led by Eleanor Holliday. Everyone welcome.

Winter Tales with Kirsty Hartsiotis

Sunday 2 December | 3pm | £5 adults, £3.50 children

Midwinter, the darkest time of the year, is the traditional time to gather round the fire and listen to tales of fantastical things. Join storyteller Kirsty Hartsiotis for seasonal tales from around the world (and close to home!) that will take you into the dark forests and the snow to discover gift-givers and snow foresters, firebirds, princesses and bears!

To book call on 01453 763394.

Did you know?

We are hosting an Illustrators' Fair the weekend of 10 and 11 November. A fantastic opportunity to explore the work of emerging artists and get started on that Christmas shopping!


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