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Opening Hours - Monday to Saturday, 10.30 am until 4.00 pmMuseum & DVD admission charge - £4.00 per adult, £2.00 per childWillow Sculpture Trail - bring the children to enjoy finding all the sculptures in our woodland trail - £2.50 per child to include a prize at the end! No need to book.
It is the social event of the year and you are all invited. Magnus Winchester loves his money and wants to show all of society just how rich he is. However something isn’t quite right with all that are attending and one of the guests has a sinister motive for being at the Masquerade Ball.
The Arborealists are a group of professional artists, from across southern England, who share the rich and versatile subject of the tree. Over the past two years they have been visiting ancient woodland sites on Exmoor and Dartmoor to produce works in response to the landscape. More than 50 artworks will be on display.
For the first time, Threshold.aero and the Fleet Air Arm Museum are proud to team up and bring you a unique, and first of many, event at the home of Europe’s largest Naval Aviation collection in Yeovilton, Somerset.
Have great fun twisting pipe cleaners into the body and legs of your spider, add some googly eyes and some elastic and you have a super bouncy spider to take home and hang up.No glue no getting messy, just great creative fun.
In this session you’ll warm up your hands and learn how to role beeswax candle into a traditional shape including the wick from real beeswax sheets. Then why not colour in a badge template and using the badge maker, create your very own badge.
Stuck for something to do on a rainy day?Ditch the brolly, we're completely undercover!With four large halls filled with the best bits of British naval aviation history, including full sized aircraft, there's plenty of places to explore.
Radstock Museum announces that it will re-open on Sunday 16th August (2pm) and then on Wed and Sun afternoons 2.0 until 5.0.The Museum has been treated using Virus Shield wherever possible and is regularly re-treated in high contact areas. We regret that we are not yet able to reopen the Shop or the Buffet facilities.Please help us to maintain it virus-free by sticking to the following guidelines:Please SOCIALLY DISTANCE – 2 metres from other groupsOnly ONE FAMILY GROUP IN FOYER at any time, you will be called through to admissions when it is readyPlease HAND SANITISE on entry and, unless exempt, WEAR A FACECOVERING.CARD PAYMENTS ONLY – please use contactless if possiblePlease give your CONTACT DETAILS when requested, as required by the government for track and tracePlease follow the MARKED ROUTE (clockwise)Please try to AVOID TOUCHING exhibits/cabinets etcOnly LIMITED TOILET FACILITIES will be available
Coming up: 10th October 2020Peter Codd from ‘Explore the Great Outdoors’, an experienced teacher of bushcraft and traditional crafts, will teach you how to make a traditional wooden rake in this one-day workshop.