Turn off the TV, wrap up warm and head to the Weald & Downland Living Museum for some fantastic indoor and outdoor ‘hands-on’ fun this half term.
From Monday, 18 to Friday, 22 February children of all ages can channel their excitement and energy into a range of creative challenges and countryside skills, including outdoor trails, arts and crafts activities, all of which are located around the Museum’s 40-acre downland site.
Wet weather will not spoil play as we have plenty of areas under cover. Activities will include:
- Make a bird pudding
- Brass rubbing
- Rag rugging
- Badge making
- Lino printing
- Winter scavenger hunt
The Museum’s historic buildings are fascinating places to explore. Learn how food was prepared without modern technology in the Tudor kitchen.
See how our watermill works using a very topical natural resource and buy a bag of grain for the hungry ducks on the millpond! Look out for the Shire horses and cattle, and the traditional breed farm animals including chickens and geese.
Most activities are under cover and will run from 11am – 3pm. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
The Museum’s waterside café will be open, plus there are indoor and outdoor picnic areas.
Dogs on leads are welcome and there is ample free parking. Please wear clothes and shoes that are suitable for playing outdoors.
Regular admission charges apply and the Museum will open at 10.30am and close at 4pm.
Please note: activities are subject to change.