Family Fun at National Waterfront Museum this Easter!
Activities at the National Waterfront Museum promise "egg-citing" Easter fun this April.
Kids are especially bound to love the rabbits and chicks who will come to stay from 16 April to 2 May from Swansea Community Farm. Visitors can pop in to see them as well as gain an insight into rabbit keeping with a talk by Chris Jones, Manager of the Farm on Sunday 17 April at 2.30pm.
Then, get your bunny ears at the ready for this year's Great Museum Easter Egg Hunt on Good Friday (22 April, 11.30am & 2.30pm) and Easter Monday (25 April, 11.30am & 2.30pm). Booking is essential. The Easter Bunny will be on hand to help families hunt the nooks and crannies of the galleries to discover carefully hidden brightly coloured eggs. Children will also get the chance to make their very own bunny ears and egg cup, which they will use to claim their fair-trade chocolate.
Other activities include Springtime Flora & Fauna (16-21 & 26-29 April, 1.30pm), a drop-in arts and crafts workshop, as well as two bunny-themed gallery film screenings on Sunday 24 April and Sunday 1 May at 2.30pm.
To finish the two weeks off, visitors can have a go at Plant Hammering, a centuries old method of making prints from nature (30 April to 2 May, 2-4pm).
And that's not all, why not just pop in, relax and enjoy a coffee or try out a delicious savory or sweet crepe at the Waterfront Creperie.
For more information about any of the events listed, contact 01792 638950 or visit The Museum's page.