Join the Museum for candlelight storytelling, explore the darkened museum with torches, hunt for hidden night-time creatures, and create a puppet for your own storytelling.
Create a family of 'tweet' clay owl hanging decorations at this family craft event and decorate with feathers, beads, buttons.
Please note: limited places, online booking essential
Complete the FREE solar system family trail and earn your space stickers reward.
PLUS, create your own space mobile with the Twilight Take Away Craft Packs, available to purchase for just £3.50 from the museum shop
Visit the Sedgwick Museum and pick up this free, fun-packed trail for all the family.
The Museum is open 10.00-17.00 Monday - Friday and 10.00-16.00 on Saturdays
In Greek mythology, Selene is the sister of Helios, the god of the sun. The Romans called her Luna. She drives her moon chariot across the heavens.
In our statue she is riding a horse into battle with the Giants (on the right).
Our education team created a video with instructions on painting Selene and her horse.
Watch it on our YouTube channel.
For this activity you will need: paper, paintbrushes, paint, and something glittery!
Have you ever wondered what the ancient Greeks and Romans knew about the bright lights of the night sky? Follow the clues and find out more about ancient astronomy. Label the planets with their Greek and Roman names. Get them all to receive a small reward at the end of your visit!
Visit the Museum of Classical Archaeology and pick up a copy of the trail at the front desk.
Japanese samurai warriors were brave and fearless... in some stories. In others they are peaceful and mild. Stories change depending on when they were created, who made them and who they were for. What would a samurai story be like if it was made today, by you, for someone special?