28 Mar 2019
Visitors can also explore the Museum’s current exhibition, ‘Matilda Temperley: A View From The Hill’. The exhibition is on display until 1 June and explores the county’s people and places through the lens of an award-winning photographer.
Inspired by the wonderful annual celebrations and alternative communities featured in the exhibition, the Museum is hosting a Family Fun Day on Thursday 11 April. Children can try their hands at circus skills, making a dreamcatcher and creating colourful friendship bracelets.
On Thursday 18 April, the Museum celebrates Easter with a day of themed arts and crafts. Children can create a rabbit or chick Easter basket and hanging decoration. These drop-in sessions are from 11.00 am to 1.00 pm and from 2.00 pm to 3.30 pm.
In addition, the Museum’s Easter Egg Trail is back for the duration of the Easter Holidays. Children can follow the clues hidden around the Museum to win a chocolatey treat.
Site Manager Mary Humphries said: “With our new Museum Unlimited annual pass visitors pay just once and can visit for a whole year free of charge. This means they can enjoy all these great Easter events and more.”
For more information visit www.srlm.org.uk or call 01458 831197.
Somerset Rural Life Museum is part of The South West Heritage Trust, an independent charity that protects and celebrates Somerset and Devon’s rich heritage.
This Easter, Somerset Rural Life Museum has a fun-packed timetable of activities for families to enjoy. Over two weeks, children can embark on the ever-popular Easter Egg Trail and get creative at Family Fun Days.