This October half term Discover Bucks Museum have a fun filled week of arts and crafts topped off with a spooky family Halloween day on Saturday 28 October. Join them for different activities each day from Monday to Saturday.
They also have a spooky Halloween inspired trail for just £1, available every day from reception for all to enjoy.
Monday 23 October – Rangoli Sun Catcher Craft
Visitors will create and decorate a colourful stain glass rangoli sun catcher to hang in their window at home as well as a rangoli mandala to colour in and decorate.
Monday 23 October – Willow Lanterns for Festival of Lights Celebration
Holy Cow Community Events and Buck Heroes (a Discover Bucks Museum project) are excited to invite you to a very special art workshop to make a sustainable Willow Lanterns as part of the Aylesbury 2023 Festival of Lights Celebration.
Tuesday 24 October – Autumn Collage
Join the Bucks Heroes project in making a sensory autumn collage.
Wednesday 25 October – Autumn Clay Leaves
Make a clay leaf to take home with you. Using autumn leaves as your template carve your leaf out of air drying clay and etch your decoration into it.
Thursday 26 October – Flying Bat Scene
Make an flying bat scene. Decorate your backdrop, create your bat and make it move!
Friday 27 October – Spooky Spider Webs
Create and decorate your hanging spider web to take home, then make a little spider to live on it – make it as cute or as spooky as you want.
Saturday 28 October – Family Halloween Day
Come dressed in your best costumes to party the day away at Discover Bucks Museum.
For herefor more information on the events an details of how to book.