The Black Watch Castle and Museum Perth
The Black Watch Museum in Perth is here to help you combat the cries of, “I’m bored” that are sure to come during the Summer holidays with a series of craft events that are certain to keep the kids busy over the holidays.
Let’s face it, occupying the kids can seem like a never ending (impossible) task on the best of days, never mind during the holidays!
Every Wednesday throughout the Summer holidays The Black Watch Castle and Museum are running a series of creative craft activities for all the family and you’re invited!
From making your own aircrafts to brilliant badge designing, marvellous medal making, creating with clay and colour collages, this hands-on fun filled programme will keep the little ones entertained all Summer long.
If taking part in this Summer’s crafts sessions, the Black Watch Museum are inviting you to explore the Museum galleries with 50% discount on child entry throughout the Summer holidays.*
*Only available to children who have taken part in drop-in family crafts session
*All children should be accompanied with a supervising adult
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When: Every Wednesday | 10:30am – 12:30pm
Where: Black Watch Museum | Summer Crafts Event
Cost: Suggested donation of £3
These are drop in sessions so there is no need to pre-book your space.
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Scotland's Black Watch is an elite military regiment whose history stretches back almost three centuries. The Museum is housed in the dramatic and historic Balhousie Castle. The castle itself is set in beautiful gardens and grounds. A visit to this ancestral home of The Black Watch truly brings this glorious regiment's past vibrantly to life.
This is very much a family friendly museum where they run a whole host of entertaining and educational events; definitely a great venue for a family day out in Perth.
Find out more about the Black Watch Museum in our Directory.
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