Half-term at Worcestershire County Museum at Hartlebury Castle promises to be great family fun with four days of springtime crafts.
Between Tuesday, February 20 and Friday, February 23 (inclusive), 10.30am-4pm, youngsters will be able to get stuck in to decorating and planting a spring pot to take home and making their own sled kite to fly.
In addition, children will also be able to follow our 'I Spy' Spring Explorer Trail around the museum and discover over 1000 years of history including toys from the past, historic room sets and beautiful Gypsy caravans.
Museum Events Officer Pippa Ashmore said, "This is one of our most popular times of year at the Museum. We are offering four fun-filled days with lovely things to do, make and take, whilst celebrating the beauty of springtime.”
The Castle's new Café is due to open this Easter so a 'pop up tuck shop' will be in operation over the February half term with simple snacks and drinks on offer.
The admission charge is £5 adults, £2.50 children & concessions or £13 for a family ticket. For a day’s craft activities there is an additional charge of £2 per child. Or, a Family Pass valid for 12 months is available for £32 which includes all the activities and events through the year.
For more information please call the museum on 01299 250416 or visit www.museumsworcestershire.org.uk