A ‘Gorge-ous’ Easter

Looking for ways to occupy the children at Easter? The team at Enginuity, near Ironbridge, will be helping kids make fun bunnies that pop out of their burrows and Easter eggs that crack open to reveal the goodies inside. Select your decorations from a variety of brightly coloured craft materials and then design and decorate a bunny or Easter egg. You’ll use pneumatic power, as supplied by a syringe and plastic tubing, to make your Easter surprise move.

You can then follow a self-led family trail to find the hidden Easter bunnies in Enginuity; the trail is included in the museum’s admission prices.

These are just two of the Museum’s great Create Something New activities that are taking place across the Gorge over the Easter holidays, with drop-in workshops from Friday 30 March to Sunday 15 April. There’s an additional fee of £1.50 as well as the admission charge though Ironbridge Museum Passport holders go free

Visit ironbridge.org.uk for details.

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