|26th Apr 2021 to 29th Aug 2021|
|Various times and dates - see event website for details|
Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries
1-7 Abbot Street , Dunfermline KY12 7 N
|This is a free event|
|Visit the event website here|
You can book a 1 hour visit for up to 4 people. Please call us on 01383 602365 if your group size is larger than 4 people. Please bring your appointment email or another form of identification when you visit.
Join us at the multi award-winning Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries to discover exotic lands and fantastic voyages through our family friendly exhibition. There are lots of wonderful things to see, with amazing objects from far flung places, such as Japan, China, South Africa, India and Australia. Feast your eyes on beautiful hand-painted pottery, intricately carved ivory and polished jade and discover some fascinating facts – did you know that there is more than one type of boomerang? Find out about the amazing feats of famous explorers. Delve into the world of seafarers, whalers and castaways. With quizzes, craft videos to inspire you and a fun craft pack to take home. From polar pioneer to tropical trekker – what will your amazing journey be?
Inspired by the colourful world of Explore? Then why not get crafty and make some wiggly snakes or shimmery jellyfish.
This exhibition is on at Community Gallery of Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries until 27th June 2021.
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