The rain won’t stop, the kids are bored, the answer? Come to Brighton & Hove Museums this autumn half-term and take part in one of our fun events!
Full event details:
Bugs and Beasties of the Biosphere
Saturday 27 October 12-4pm, Sunday 28 October 2-4pm, Monday 29 & Tuesday 30 October 12-4pm
Free, drop-in. All ages
Come and talk to the Brighton & Hove Wildlife Forum and the rangers as they present an exhibition by local photographers of wildlife images from our city’s green spaces. Supported by objects from the Booth Museum.
A Brighton & Hove Biosphere event
Photograph your Favourite Toy
Monday 29 October
10.30am-12.30pm & 1.30-3.30pm Free, drop-in. All ages
Work with members of Art in Mind to photograph your favourite toy. Images by Art in Mind are exhibited in the gallery; yours will be added to the archive on the Royal Pavilion & Museum’s Flickr page. Don’t forget to bring your toy!
Toys arrrrgh! us
Tuesday 30 October
10am–12pm & 1.30–3.30pm Free, drop in. 5 years +
Ever watched Toy Story and thought the mutant toys were really cool? Create unique toys by reusing broken or unwanted toys in a fun, creative and physically engaging workshop run by Exploring Senses.
How did Lady Ellen eat a Banana?
Thursday 1 November
10.30–11.30am & 1.30–2.30pm Adult £8, members £6, child (6-15 years) £4, book in advance Suitable for adults and children 6 years +
A workshop-style introduction to the lost arts of Edwardian etiquette. Fun activities for all the family to enjoy. Bring your own banana.
Haunted House Tours
Saturday 3 November
10.30–11.30am & 1.30–2.30pm Adult £8, members £6, child (5-15 years) £4, book in advance
Suitable for adults and children aged 5 years +
A light-hearted spooky tour of Brighton’s most haunted house led by Preston Manor’s funny housemaids, Daisy and Maisy.
To book tickets call 03000 290902, buy in person from any of our venues or online
Published 21st October 2012
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