Hallowe’en Half Term Activities
Enjoy the great outdoors this autumn half term at the Museum, with fantastic Hallowe’en-themed family activities taking place from 11am-3pm from Monday 26 October – Friday 30 October.
Children of all ages can channel their excitement and energy into a range of hands-on activities and outdoor trails with a Hallowe’en theme. Activities vary daily* and plan to include: pumpkin carving, face painting, spine-tingling stories, game of conkers, play with green slime and a autumn hunt. Craft activities include: clay leaf dish, scary paper bats and bubble monsters plus more make and take home activities.
Visiting children are encouraged to wear fancy dress for their visit and can pick a free sweet treat from our lucky dip.
Activities run from 11am – 3pm and children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
What’s on? To be announced soon!
Half-term activities programme for Monday 26 October 2020
Half-term activities programme for Tuesday 27 October 2020
Half-term activities programme for Wednesday 28 October 2020
Half-term activities programme for Thursday 29 October 2020
Half-term activities programme for Friday 30 October 2020
Activities vary from day-to-day .
“Visited Monday of October half term & loads of free kids activities. Very interesting place anyway and great for kids to run and explore, my iPad loving 7 year old had a great time.”
– Happy Visitor – TripAdvisor review
Around the Museum
Between activities, enjoy the fresh air and see the sheep, heavy horses and the other traditional breed farm animals including oxen, chickens and geese. There are lovely woodland walks and children can explore our woodland play area (and meet Knucker the water dragon).
The Museum’s historic buildings are fascinating places to explore, plus you can learn how food was prepared in the Tudor kitchen, see how flour is milled in the watermill, taste a piece of freshly baked bread from our bakehouse or even watch a butter making demonstration in our dairy! Why not buy some grain, from either the working mill or Museum shop, and feed the hungry ducks by the mill pond?
Our waterside café will be open for breakfast, lunch and snacks, plus there are indoor and outdoor picnic areas. Dogs on leads are welcome and there is ample free parking. Please note that the Museum is a no-smoking site.