Family Activities

for May Half-Term

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May 28th 2018 10:00am - June 01st 2018 05:30pm

for May Half-Term

Join us during the school holidays for short guided walks, museum trails and ‘hands on history’ sessions for all our visitors. All activities are free with admission to the Museum.

Wild Wednesday!  Flights of Fancy, Wednesday 30 May 11am-4pm 
Emily loved birds and in her novel Wuthering Heights, lots of different kinds are mentioned such as larks, lapwings, linnets, cuckoos – all birds she would have known from her walks on the moors. Emily even looked after a hawk with a broken wing for a while which she called Nero, and painted a beautiful picture of him. Be inspired by Emily and all feathery things, and make your own lovely bird out of paper – it will even have wings that move! Let your imagination fly.

Meet John Brown – Wed 30th, 1pm - 3pm  
Branwell’s friend John Brown is in and out of the Parsonage today looking for him. John’s in chatty mood, so if you come across him today, he’s sure to share a few Branwell anecdotes…

 
Informal drop-in talks – Mon & Tue at 2pm
Monday: The Brontes’ Servants  
Tuesday: The Landscape as Inspiration   
 
Guided walks – Thurs & Fri at 2pm
Join us for a walk around the environs of the Parsonage and find out a little about the Brontes and their lives in Haworth
 
All activities free with admission to the museum.
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