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Easter Holidays at Reading Museum!

LEGO®  Egg Models

LEGO® Egg Models

Pop in to Reading Museum over the Easter Holidays and take part in one of our fabulous family friendly activities.

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Visit us throughout the holidays and enjoy a range of spring craft ideas!
Free, drop in*

Eggy Bingo Trail
Join us throughout the holidays to hunt for the egg-shaped objects on display in the Museum. When you have finished collect your chocolate prize from Reception!
£2 per person

Tuesday 11 April
Easter LEGO® Brick Workshop
Another chance to become a LEGO® VIP and join our talented locally-based international LEGO® Brick Expert Kevin Hall in these brilliant building sessions. An exciting chance to make an Easter bunny character. Book now to avoid disappointment! (Please note you will be creating a different model to the one shown in the picture) www.brickgalleria.com
Ages 5+, Families, half-hour sessions starting at 10am, 10.45am, 11.30pm, 1pm, 1.45pm, 2.30pm, & 3.15pm
£13 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.

Tuesday 11 April
Victorian Schoolroom Experience
Meet a Victorian schoolteacher and re-learn the ‘3Rs’. A 45-minute experience for adults and children over 5 in our unique Victorian classroom.
11.30am, 1.15pm & 2.30pm
£1 per person, drop in (35 places max per session)*

Wednesday 12 April
Easter Bunny Headdresses
Colour, cut and stick to make a fabulous bunny ear headdress ready for Easter Sunday.
Families, half-hour sessions 10am – 12pm & 1pm – 3pm
50p, pay on the day, drop in*

Tuesday 18 April
Planting Suttons’ Sunflowers
Get ready for spring! Make a little pot and plant your sunflower seeds. A lovely green-fingered activity for families.
Families, 1-hour sessions starting at 10am, 11.15am, 1pm & 2.15pm
£3, pay on the day, drop in*

Wednesday 19 April
Woad Arm Painting
The Romans feared the Iron Age Celtic tribes who decorated themselves in woad before battle. Have a go at painting your arms in mystical blue patterns in these brilliant hands-on sessions.
Families, half-hour sessions 10am – 12pm & 1pm – 3pm
£1, pay on the day, drop in*

*Our drop-ins are very popular. Please be aware that we have limited capacity for events in the Museum & tickets are sold on a first come first served basis throughout the day. You may wish to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

 

Date updated: 18 Apr 2017


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