Thursday, July 25, 2024
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MUSEUM KIDS – SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM

Enjoy the Autumn holidays with inspiring exhibitions and daily drop-in sessions at the National Wool Museum.

In its final weeks, you don’t want to miss the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 57 Exhibition, direct from the Natural History Museum London. Featuring exceptional images which capture fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular species and the breathtaking diversity of the natural world.

This year’s exhibition showcases the world’s most talented young photographers with categories for 10 years and under, 11-14 years and 15-17 years. Once inspired by the exhibition, you can book in for a masterclass with award winning photojournalist Doug Gimesy.

Explore Micron: Light, Wool, Belong an art installation by Skunk Control, where science meets art and uncovers visual illusions that will change your perspective on wool.

Experience the Big Bang-A-Boom science show about light and colour where all the rules are broken. Hands will be set of fire, explosions will rock the museum, water coolers will become subversive volcanoes and mega soap explosions will cleanse any preconceptions of what science can be.

Don’t miss our multi award-winning gallery On the Land: Our Story Retold which tells the story of people and places and our impact on the land. Suitable for the entire family, the exhibition is contemporary and interactive, encouraging curiosity about the environment, farming, the regions traditional owners and sheep!

Bringing it all back to nature,  be enchanted by Connecting and Caring: Stories for Nature.  Interactive tales celebrating nature, imagination and resilience by storyteller Jackie Kerin and violinist Sarah Depasquale.

Don’t miss the National Wool Museum Easter Scavenger Hunt on daily from 16-18 April 2022. Can you crack the code to unlock your bag of Easter treats? Follow the clues through the Museum galleries to solve the mystery and claim your prize. Free with entry.

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