October Half Term Crafts at the Visitor Centre
It’s time to get creative this Half Term at the King Richard III Visitor Centre!
From Saturday 18th October until Sunday 2nd November young visitors will have the chance to become Prince or Princess for the day and make their very own princely crown, or beautiful henin headdress, just like a medieval princess.
Craft sessions are FREE and available on a drop-in basis every day from 10am – 12 noon and 2pm – 4pm and are suitable for children aged 5 years and over.
Throughout October Half Term the Visitor Centre will be open for extended hours, opening from 10am until 5pm every day.
|Halloween Half Term Holidays will be taking over at the National Space Centre and a team of mad scientists have decided to have so much fun they want you to come along and enjoy it too. See mad science, make slime and discover the frightening side of space. The School of Science Magic - come and join our department heads for lessons in potions, astronomy, and even levitation. |
Find out more about our school holiday activities on the SPOOKY SCIENCE (http://www.spacecentre.co.uk/special-events/spooky-science-2014) webpage. Image credit National Space Centre, Leicester.
|Come along and try some amazing cheese and wine, as well as some fun and quirky science about how to really enjoy eating! An evening dedicated to the science of what we eat, whilst you enjoy doing just that, eating. We are joined by fantastic local suppliers and producers, who will offer you an insight into the best things to try and buy in our future food mini market. |
Sit back and learn from the experts what you should be drinking and how to create combinations of food and drink that bring out the very best tastes on our palate.
BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW - ** TASTE OF SCIENCE (http://www.spacecentre.co.uk/special-events/a-taste-of-science) Image credit National Space Centre, Leicester.
|Join us once again for the start of the Festive Season’s fun – listen to the live band play your favourite Christmas tunes in the engine house as the mighty beam engines turn. Marvel at the collections of toys from Christmas past, take a train ride and listen to the jolly fairground organ play. The museum’s collection of vintage vehicles will also be on display. When the cold starts to bite, why not come into the warm and enjoy the refreshments on offer at the LMTA café. |
Abbey Pumping Station Museum. 1.00pm - 5.00pm. Admission: Family £8.00; Adults £3.50; Children/Concession £2.50.