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Twitchers Museum Adventure Half Term Trail

Join in the Family Wildlife Trail this Half Term at The Scottish Fisheries Museum, celebrating the release of Feather, the latest book in the Twitchers Series!

Twitchers Museum Adventure Half Term Trail

About Twitchers Museum Adventure Half Term Trail

10th Feb 2024 to 25th Feb 2024
Mondays and Wednesdays to Saturdays 10am-4.30pm / Sundays 11am-4.30pm, Last admissions 3.30pm / Closed Tuesdays
The Scottish Fisheries Museum
St Ayles Harbourhead, Anstruther KY10 3AB
Free as part of general museum admission
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Join in the Family Wildlife Trail this Half Term!

Investigate the wonderful wildlife connected to our collections as part of a trail organised by Kids in Museums and Walker Books. The egg-citing national family trail celebrates the release of Feather, the latest book in the Twitchers Series from bestselling children’s author M. G. Leonard.

Join birdwatching detectives the Twitchers and explore the beautiful birds and amazing sea creatures at the Museum - it’s not just fish! Pick up a free activity sheet to join in and have a hoot with your family. Find all the feathered friends hidden in the collection and make your own family pledge to protect local wildlife. Complete the trail and get a free Twitchers sticker!

Families will also have the chance to enter a caw-some national prize draw competition to win one of five bundles of all four books in the Twitchers Series. Kids in Museums is inviting children to design their own bird or animal sidekick and share their drawing on Twitter/X or Instagram with the hashtag #TwitchersMuseumAdventure and tag @kidsinmuseums for a chance to win.

Saturday 10th - Thursday 25th February During Opening Hours
Free with Museum Admission

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