Experience Days and Workshops
If you are interested in sharing an experience with your family or friends or learning a new skill, we can provide you with a unique and memorable experience. All of our experience days take place in or around the Museum’s historic buildings and are led by our experienced team. You can find all our experience days with available dates to book via our online shop here.
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We offer a variety of experience days and workshops including:
Blacksmith Experience Day
Explore working as a traditional blacksmith in our classic Victorian Forge, where you will learn the skills and basic techniques of the blacksmith and make your own simple hand forged object to take home. Find out more
Willow Weaving and Sculpting Experience Day
A great introduction to the ancient craft of willow weaving and sculpture. Learn the basic techniques and go home with an amazing sculpture to display in your home or garden. No experience necessary. Find out more
Working with Straw: An Introduction Experience Day
An introduction to the ancient art of making corn dollies and traditional decorative items. Come along and embrace an endangered craft with expert tuition and guidance from our highly skilled and experienced member of the Guild of Straw Craftsmen. No experience necessary. Find out more
Teatime Treats Family Cooking Experience Day
A charming family cooking experience for all cooking and history enthusiasts, led by our experienced re-enactor and tutor. Learn to cook Welsh griddle cakes and make your own butter. This course is designed for families to enjoy together. Find out more
Historical Baking: Bread and Butter Experience Day
Experience the thrill of making and baking bread in an authentic wood fired bread oven located in our 18th century Leagrave Cottage, as well as getting the chance to enjoy making your own butter. You will use traditional techniques and discover what a huzzy or mawkin is used for! This experience will be led by our experienced tutor and re-enactor Jenny. During this session there will also be time to explore the museum or just relax in our beautiful surroundings. Find out more
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