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Christmas at Reading Museum
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The Museum will close at 4pm on 23 December and will then remain closed throughout the Christmas period. We will reopen on Tuesday 3 January 2017.
Visit us in the run-up to the Christmas holidays and enjoy a range of festive art and craft activities.
Free, drop in*
Huntley & Palmers Christmas Spectacular
There is a sprinkling of glitter and snow in the air this Christmas at Reading Museum, with a chance to meet the ‘real’ Father Christmas, create some wonderful LEGO® baubles, make free paper craft and enjoy 10% off in the Museum Shop.
Saturday 3 December & Saturday 10 December
Build in a Bauble: Christmas LEGO® Brick Workshop
Another chance to become a LEGO® VIP if you missed our Halloween sessions. Work alongside our talented locally-based international LEGO® Brick Expert Kevin Hall in these brilliant Christmas building sessions. Create your own mini Reindeer and Santa models to fit inside a bauble - something truly unusual for the tree. Book now to avoid disappointment! (Please note that you will be creating a different Christmas model to the one shown in the picture.) brickgalleria.com
Ages 5+, 45-minute sessions starting at 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm & 3pm
£10 per person, booking essential (0118 937 3400)
LEGO and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group, which does not sponsor, authorise or endorse this event. ©2016 the LEGO Group.
Saturday 3 December, Saturday 10 December & Thursday 22 December
Father Christmas’ Victorian Winter Grotto
Can you hear his reindeer coming? Step back into Christmases past in these special Saturday events and make a traditional decoration for your home. Compose a letter then present it to Father Christmas and receive a special gift before you leave. A magical experience for those that still believe!
Families, half-hour sessions 10am - 12pm & 1pm - 3pm
£5 per person, booking essential (0118 937 3400)
*Our drop-ins are very popular. Please be aware that we have limited capacity for events in the Museum, particularly during our busy half terms.
Date updated: 18 Nov 2016