Find the Easter Bunny at Corinium Museum over the school holidays

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Spring into the Corinium Museum over Easter and take part in a whole host of fun holiday events.

Young visitors to the Cirencester Museum will be able to take part in a special ‘spot the Easter Bunny’ trail. There will also be chances to win a chocolatey prize and you can also enter the Museum’s special prize draw.

As you walk round the Museum – located in Park Street – children can spot several Easter Bunnies and discover some fascinating facts about Easter traditions.

They will discover the answers to questions such as ‘why do we have the Easter bunny?’, ‘where do hot-cross buns originate from?’ and ‘what did people think would happen to an egg if it was laid on Good Friday and then kept for 100 years?’

If they find all the rabbits and uncover all the answers they will win a prize.

Isobel Milne, Commercial Services Manager for the Museum, said:

“This is a great trail and I know that kids will enjoy trying to find the bunnies.

“Our special bonus is that one lucky visitor will win a year’s family season ticket pass which gives free entry to the Museum all year, as well as some of our great family workshops.”

The competition will run from April 3rd-19th, and costs £1 from the Museum Reception to take part (normal admission rates apply).

For further information, please contact the Corinium Museum on 01285 655611.

Source: Cotswold District Council

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