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Discovery Gallery

Inspired discussions in
ABERDEEN MARITIME MUSEUM
Four speakers take inspiration from the commemorative exhibition on Sir David Gill at Aberdeen Maritime Museum open from 18 January to 29 March 2014.

Admission is FREE and all events begin at 7pm on the dates below.
Booking is highly recommended.

Thursday 30 January (Launch Event)

Thursday 13 February

Thursday 27 February

Thursday 20 March
 

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The Great Tapestry of Scotland Family Fun Day

Saturday 15 February, 11am-3pm
Aberdeen Art Gallery

Come along to Aberdeen Art Gallery and explore The Great Tapestry of Scotland. This incredible work of art tells the story of the key events which helped to shape Scotland through the ages. From the arrival of the Vikings, to the formation of Rangers Football Club, discover the remarkable history of a nation.

Take part in family friendly activities from paper weaving to creating your very own decorative family timeline. Put young imaginations to good use and help us to write the alternative history of Scotland. Children can get crafty and make a regal crown or a warrior's helmet to wear. Drawing sheets and an activity trail will also be available.

All activities are free and no booking is required.

Centre Court
Paper Weaving - try the traditional craft of weaving and make your own colourful paper wall art to take home.
Scotland's Story - help us to write an alternative history of Scotland.

Upstairs Galleries
Royals and Warriors - make a regal crown or a warrior's helmet to wear.
The Story of My Life - create a timeline of the big events in your life.
Mrs Scot's activity trail - help Mrs Scot collect her lost threads.
Colouring and drawing sheets available.

**Please note that children should be accompanied by an adult at all times.**

 

 

Find us

The Tolbooth Museum
Castle Street
Aberdeen
AB11 5BQ
Tel: +44 (0) 1224 621167
Fax: +44 (0) 1224 523666
Email: info@aagm.co.uk

Opening Hours
Monday - Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday 12noon - 3pm

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