Do: Half Term Fun!
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With half term upon us, here are some of our favourite things to do that will keep both kids and adults entertained.
Halloweden @ the Eden Project
From 22 – 30 October 2016
Celebrate Halloween in Cornwall this October half-term. Prepare to be bewitched by the spirit of the circus and discover pop-up performances, ghostly sideshows and uncanny illusions in this spooky spectacle.
Norvil & Josephine Magic Show (22-28 Oct only)
Marvel at the magic, acrobatics and singing of this amazing double act who perform incredible feats of illusion, escapology and contortion. Find out more.
Uncle Tacko's Flea Circus (29-30 Oct only)
Uncle Tacko is itching to show you his international troupe of personally trained fleas… gasp in amazement as mighty Hercu-Fleas pulls a golden chariot around the circus ring, and gaze in wonder at Madam Flea-Flea’s daring leaps on her flying trapeze, plus many more tiny feats of astonishment.
The Bubble Wizard
Step into an enchanting world of bubbles with this friendly wizard. Watch him create breathtaking bubble sculptures, blow smoke into bubbles and put you, your friends and your kids inside bubbles. Find out more.
Ever wanted to run away with the circus? Come to Eden to try your hand at becoming a ringmaster!
Spooky stories and puppet show
Your kids will be spellbound with tales of the unexpected and a wonderful retelling of the Little Red Riding Hood tale with puppets.
The Pumpkin Butchers will be back in town demonstrating their ghoulish art and providing inspiration for your own efforts at home!
Little Monsters' Ball Halloween disco
Saturday 29 October 2016
Don’t miss this evening of fang-tastic fancy dress fun for all the family, including a spine-tingling disco, fire dancing and acrobatics, plus an ice rink to chill you to the bone...
Price: Most activities included within Eden admission ticket. Find all the info HERE.
Seized! The Border and Customs uncovered
Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool
Enter the dark and unseen world of smuggling, intrigue and danger and find out what it’s like to be a customs officer in this exciting new exhibition.
Take part in detective work, crime fighting, patrolling frontiers and investigation, uncovering some of the clever tactics of criminals, and discover some of the methods to catch them.
Discover some of the unique seizures used for criminal activity, including the wooden carvings used to conceal 21kg of cocaine, and read about extreme measures taken to control smuggling, such as the burning of the fishing fleet near Dover in the 18th century.
Explore Customs – 22 October 1-4pm
In this hands-on activity, kids can make their very own Customs Officer’s hat and get their hands on the museum’s collections to explore the issues of endangered animals, smuggling and fakes.
Find all the info HERE.