Half Term at Cliffe Castle Museum

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Enjoy family fun all half-term at Cliffe Castle.

Saturday 11 February

- Make your own stained glass creations to take away.

  11am-12.30pm & 1pm-2.30pm

 

Tuesday 14 February

- Design your own shoe- linking in with the clogs in the workshop.

1pm-3pm

- Try out Screen printing with local artist Naseem Darby.

11am-12.30pm & 1pm-2.30pm

- Hop on the the Bradford Stories Bus, grab a book and interview your family.
10am-4pm

- Meet the Curator & Guess the Objects.

11am-2pm

 

Wednesday 15 February

- Join the 50 Things team. All day

- Design and create your own Fairytale Castle with the Parks Team. Using recycled materials.

12pm-3pm

 

Friday 17 February

- Learn how to play Musical Stones with local musician Stuart Kaplan.

11am-12.30pm & 1pm- 2.30pm

-  Look at the new Women in STEM Poster display

- Create a badge of a woman who inspires you.

  1pm-3pm

 

Saturday 18 February

- Trees for Cities giveaway in the park.

  9.30am (after park run

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Map & Directions

Half Term at Cliffe Castle Museum

Type:Children's Activity Event

Cliffe Castle Museum, Spring Gardens Lane, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD20 6LH

Opening Times

Season (11 Feb 2023 - 18 Feb 2023)
MondayClosed
Tuesday - WednesdayOpen
ThursdayClosed
Friday - SaturdayOpen
SundayClosed

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Cliffe Castle Exterior © Phil JacksonCliffe Castle Museum and Park, KeighleyA former mansion built 1875 - 1882, now the local museum in a park.

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