Half term transport based fun at Hastings Museum and Art Gallery

May half term at Hasting Museum and Art Gallery takes transport, vehicles and movement for its inspiration.

Kim Forward, lead councillor for culture said: “Every day throughout the half term holiday we will have free colouring and craft activities throughout the museum for those taking part to make and take home, each based on a different mode of transport.

“You can also be the first to get your hands on our new LEGO® WeDo kits as we issue a challenge to youngsters and their friends and families to get down and creative at our friends and families build day. Places are limited so please book in advance.”

Other highlights include:

  • Qi Gong at the Museum, Wednesday 9am-10am, £6.50 per person
  • Relaxed early opening for neurodiverse children and families, people living with autism or additional needs who may find it easier to enjoy the museum in a calmer environment on Friday May 31st 9am-11.30am
  • Happy Harold visiting the Museum, Saturday June 1st at 3.30pm

For more details on our events check the museum website: http://www.hmag.org.uk/ or on Facebook: Hastings Museum & Art Gallery.

Friends and Families LEGO® Build Day (Age 5+):

  • Tuesday May 28th
  • 10.30am to 4pm – lunch 12.30pm-1pm
  • Cost: £6.50 per person, places are limited
  • To book call 01242 451052 or pop-in to book your place.

Hastings Museum & Art Gallery:

  • Open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm, Sundays 12noon-5pm, closed Mondays,
  • Free entry
  • Free parking

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