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Time Travel Club

Travel through time with our family day.

Time Travel Club family day

Sat 30 September | 10:00-16:00

Suitable for 3-11 year olds

Time Travel Club

Join us and travel back through 1,000 years, exploring different periods in history and learning about real stories from the past.

Take part in our interactive performances with clowns Shake and Speare to discover the life and times of England’s best known playwright, or come along to a wide range of learning sessions throughout the day to find out more about wartime espionage, child criminals and medieval treasure chests.

We’ll also have lots of drop-in activities to keep the whole family entertained.

Check out everything that's happening on our Time Travel Club family day.

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£8 - child ticket

Accompanying grownups are responsible for supervising children and must remain with them at all times during the event. Some activities (such as performances and learning sessions) have limited capacity and should be booked in advance; other activities are on a first come, first served basis throughout the day.

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