Half Term Halloween spooky fun planned at Banbury Museum
Keep the kids entertained with a host of goolishly themed activities
Half term is looming and Banbury Museum has a whole host of activities to keep the youngsters in your house entertained. With Halloween at the end of the week a number of the activities are goolishly themed.
The Museum says, “Things are a little bit scary right now, in more ways than one, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a little fun at our safely controlled events”.
On Monday (26 October) and Friday the “Build It” sessions allow youngsters’ imaginations to run wild playing with the museum’s collection of Lego and Duplo bricks.
“Creepy Clay” is the title of Tuesday’s session and invites youngsters to create “oozy and gooey” clay scary models for Halloween. The Museum will be providing play dough for toddlers.
Making spooky Halloween masks will keep the kids entertained during Wednesday’s “Monstrous Mask” session with more fun with clay lined up on Thursday.
The popular Brick Built exhibition will continue to run through the week. Lego models on display include the Houses of Parliament, the Forth Road Bridge and the Empire State Building.
The museum is limiting numbers at all the activities in order to comply with COVID-19 precautions and anyone interested is asked to book early to avoid disappointment. A small charge applies for all events.
Find out more on the Banbury Museum website.
Published: by Banbury FM Newsteam