April events @ the Natural History Museum at Tring

April 1, 2010toApril 30, 2010

Spring Mural

  • As Spring bursts into life, help create a countryside mural to brighten up the Museum.
  • 2 April
  • Drop-in sessions at 10.15–12.15 and 14.00–15.00
  • Admission:    £1 per child

Lamb Badge Making

  • Spring is a time for lambs, so use your crafty skills to fashion a woolly lamb badge.
  • 6 and 13 April
  • Drop-in sessions at 10.15–12.15 and 14.00–15.00
  • Admission:    £1 per child

Calling all Green Fingered Gardeners

  • It’s the International Year of Biodiversity so come along and help us improve our wildlife habitat by sowing wild flowers in our meadow. You can also plant some to take home.
  • 7 and 14 April
  • 10.30–12.00 and 14.00–15.30
  • Admission:    £2 per child

Art Attack

  • Join us at Ashridge to create a giant piece of artwork out of natural materials then climb 170 steps up the Bridgewater Monument to view our masterpiece.
  • 9 April
  • 11.00–12.30, meet at Ashridge visitor centre
  • Admission:    £2 per child

Spring Card Creations

  • Make a pop-up card with a spring theme.
  • 16 April
  • 10.30–11.30 and 14.00–15.00
  • Admission:    £2 per child

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The Natural History Museum at Tring – The Hertfordshire museum has been part of the Natural History Museum since 1937 and its remarkable collections were once the private passion of its founder, Lionel Walter, second Baron Rothschild. Now more than 100,000 visitors a year experience the fascinating world of a Victorian collector, where they can see a huge variety of wild, weird and wonderful specimens from across the animal kingdom – from the extinct quagga to dressed fleas.

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