Halloween fun in Rotherham’s Museum
Published Wednesday 17th October 12
Little ghouls and banshees will have the chance to creatively creepy Halloween at Rotherham’s fascinatingly frightening Clifton Park Museum.
Kicking off the spooky shenanigans will be "Cooking on the Range" on Monday October 29, where there will be chance to create scary faced pizzas on the Victorian range with museum staff from 11am - 12.30pm and 1.30pm - 3pm.
The cost per child is £4. Please note that space is limited in the Victorian Kitchen, there is only room for one adult with each paying child.
Following that is a family fun day on Wednesday October 31, where there will be chance to make a witch's or wizard's hat along with a trick or treat bag in preparation for the big night.
Sessions run from 11am - 12.30pm and 1.30pm - 3pm. Places are limited so booking is recommended.
To book (up to one week before each event), please pre-pay in person at the Museum or by card over the telephone on 01709 336633.
Card payments under £5 will incur an additional 50p charge per session. Please note that payments are non refundable.
Finishing the week of events with a bang is a Firework Feast on Saturday November 3, where they will be free cooking demonstrations on the Museum's Victorian Range with the museum's kitchen Rangers. The event is free, runs from 11am - 3pm and there is no need to book in advance.
In between these spookily spectacular events, there will also be "Activity Cart for Families" drop-in sessions every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon during the School holidays between 1pm - 3pm for "make and take activities". £1 per child, per activity and there's no need to book.
All the activities are for children aged 4 - 10 years old, and must be accompanied by an adult.