World Museum: Free Family Events, June 2016

World Museum: Free Family Events, June 2016 World Museum: Free Family Events, June 2016


Venue: World Museum
Dates: 02/06/2016 - 30/06/2016
Times: 10:00 - 18:00


WORLD MUSEUM
Free entry
Open daily 10am-5pm
William Brown Street, Liverpool
www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/wml
Telephone 0151 478 4136
@world_museum

Traditional Mexican dancing
4 June
12.30, 1.30 and 2.45pm

Son de America, will take you on a vibrant journey discovering traditional Mexican dance. You can join in workshops following the performances.
Drop in, no booking required

Animal masks
4 & 5 June
1-4pm

Touch a hippopotamus skull, examine a tropical butterfly or hold an elephant tooth Be inspired by our collection and make an animal mask to take home.
Drop in, no booking required

Colourful tales
8 & 22 June
2-4pm

Hear tales inspired by the colours of the rainbow in children’s storytelling sessions.
Drop in, no booking required

Shadow puppets
11 & 12 June
1-4pm

Find out about Javanese Shadow Puppets and make your own to take home.
Drop in, no booking required

Our world
11 June
11am-4pm

Meet scientists from the University of Liverpool and discover the environment and world around you, and the sustainability issues which face us all. Part of the Museum’s Meet the Scientists programme of events.
Drop in, no booking required

From minds to genes
18 June
11am-4pm

Meet scientists from the University of Liverpool and take part in hands on activities to discover new, better ways of treating people who are sick and help everybody feel healthier. The event is part of the Medical Research Council Festival of Medical Science and our Meet the Scientists series of events.
Drop in, no booking required

Destination Space – family show
19 June
11.30am, 2pm and 3pm

Through a variety of science demonstrations this show explores how to train like an astronaut, how to get to space, what living and working in space is like, and how to get back to Earth safely.
Collect a free ticket on the day

Ammonites & Belemnites
18 & 19 June
1-4pm

Discover these ancient creatures from millions of years ago and make a bead model of one to take home.
Drop in, no booking required

Edible insects
25 June
1-4pm

Insects may be the food of the future. Become an entomophagist and find out what insects you can eat. Part ofCreepy Crawly Week – celebrating National Insect Week.
Drop in, no booking required

Dragonflies
26 June
1-4pm
Did you know that there were dragonflies 300 million years ago? Find out more and make your own beaded dragonfly to take home. Part of Creepy Crawly Week – celebrating National Insect Week.
Drop in, no booking required