Discover the West of England’s great wool and cloth history
Closed Monday & Sunday. Last entry 30 min before close. Last entry at 12.30pm on 29/11
Explore our diverse and exciting programme of activities, art and craft workshops, free exhibitions and talks.
Introduction to Crochet
Join us for this Introduction to crochet workshop. This workshop is for complete beginners or those who haven’t crochet in years and want a refresher. We will teach...
Love is in the sheep hair – needle felting workshop
Join us for an evening of needle felting, wine and nibbles. In this workshop you will taught how to make needle felted love themed decorations. There will be...
Stone Age Life (Home Educators)
This workshop is aimed at home educated children aged 8 – 11 years old (corresponding to KS2 at primary school). In this workshop we are going to go...
Roman Life (Home Educators)
This workshop is aimed at home educated children aged 8 – 11 years (corresponding to KS2 at primary school). This immersive workshop looks at Ancient Rome, the invasion...
Spring Papercraft Decorations
Create some papercraft decorations to spruce up your house this Spring season. Learn some new techniques and be inspired to learn more about papercraft. This workshop is suitable...
The Man In Red and White – Who Is Father Christmas?
Possibly the most recognisable figure of all time, who is Father Christmas, where did he come from and how did Santa Claus take over? Find out in our...
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Engaging & Inspiring school children
We have a range of engaging, enjoyable and challenging cross-curricular workshops for Early Years through to Key Stage 2 including tailored workshops for Key stage 3 and above.
Each workshop includes various stimulating activities such as object handling, dressing up and crafts and make full use of our gallery displays and our extensive handling collections.
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