24 March 2018
Spend a day exploring the possibilities of combining goldwork padding with couching and other metal thread techniques.
21 April 2018
Celebrate the history of the migration of the Shad and other fish on the River Severn for World Fish Migration Day. Make a Shad fish flag to take home in this fun workshop.
05 March 2018 - 23 April 2018
This course of six lectures will trace the development of French Art from the decadence of Louis XV’s court to the gritty realism of Courbet and Manet.
25 April 2018 - 09 May 2018
Using the museum’s collections as inspiration, you will learn how to make your own cake designs. You will then learn how to transfer your chosen design into sugar by decorating your own unique cake.
28 April 2018
Have you always wnated to try yur hand at decorating a cake but not sure where to begin?
29 May 2018
Join us for a mammoth story & song session and discover fascinating facts about our collection of mammoth bones. Hunt for mammoths in the museum galleries then make a clay mammoth to take away.
30 May 2018
Creating together is fun, join cake decorating expert Lindy Smith and try your hand at cupcake decorating.
28 July 2018
After a visit to the Titanic exhibition ceramic artist Stephanie Kelly will guide you through the process of sculpting and glazing your own mini Titanic complete with icebergs !
01 August 2018
Come and sing songs of the sea, swish in the fabric ocean, bob in a boat and talk like a pirate.
17 August 2018
Join lino print artist Amanda Hillier for a seaside themed lino cut workshops. You will use natural objects from the museum’s collection to design and print your own beautiful picture.
Opening TimesOpening Hours: Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 5pm. Last admission 4pm. The Visitor Information Centre closes at 4pm. Sunday opening hours are 11am to 4pm with last admissions at 3pm.
- Adult: £4.50
- Person of State Pension Age: £4.00
- Student: £3.60
- Child (5-17): £2.00
- Child (0-4): Free
- Family (2 adults, up to 3 children): £10 Family with 1 adult, up to 3 children £7
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