Activities inspired by cultures from across the globe are taking place at North Lincolnshire Museum to celebrate the opening of the Stories through Suitcases exhibition.
Each day a different culture is highlighted giving visitors the chance to find out more about their customs and traditions.
- Tuesday July 24, Kimberley School of Dance
- Wednesday July 25, Chinese Association
- Thursday July 26, Malayalee Association
- Friday July 27, Twin Tigers Martial Arts plus a display of traditions from Poland
Activities are free and there is no need to book, just visit the museum between 1pm and 3pm.
Extra Museum Mayhem activities are running on Mondays to Fridays through the summer holiday (except August bank holiday Monday).
Activities are free and ideal for children aged five to 11-years-old and their families. Just visit between 10.30am and 2.45pm Monday to Friday to join in. Sessions are very popular so arrive early to avoid disappointment.
The museum now has its own 1950s-themed Courtyard Café complete with juke box packed with rock’n’roll hits.
Pick up a copy of the museum’s new events programme, visit North Lincolnshire Council’s website, or call 01724 843533 to find out more.
Cllr John Briggs, cabinet member for Asset Management, Culture and Housing at North Lincolnshire Council, said:
“There are lots of free, family-friendly activities at the museum over the summer holidays.
“Just pop in to find out more or visit their pages on our website.
“Visitors can also now enjoy hot dogs, cola floats, banana splits, a knicker-bocker glory, and a wide range of light meals, snacks and drinks in the stylish new Courtyard Café."