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Horniman Museum and Gardens – August events!

Special Events Plonk Crazy Golf Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays Daily during school holidays Until 27 October, 10am-5pm Plonk is bringing back buckets of fun to the Horniman with a new exciting 9-hole family-friendly challenge. The course has wheelchair access and adapted putters, as well as putters for kids. Tickets: Child £4, Adult £6, Group £13.50 (up to 4 people) South London Music Sessions 1 & 8 August, 5.30-9.30pm Enjoy live music and DJs along with spectacular views across London at these gigs on the Horniman Bandstand. Food and drink will be available from the Horniman Café’s Dutch Barn Bar. Free.   The Studio 2019 Workshops Wednesdays 7,14,21,28 August, see the website for times Take part in activities and making sessions where you can explore thread, fabric and recycled materials to unravel, loop, twist and knot. These workshops are led by the Horniman’s Studio Collective 2019. Everyone welcome. Free. Summer Welly Walk on the Nature Trail Saturday 3 August, 1.45-3.30pm Get your wellies on and join us on the Horniman Nature Trail to explore the animals, …

Horniman Museum and Gardens – March events

Exhibition Brick Wonders Saturday 16 February to Sunday 27 October Discover amazing wonders from around the world made entirely from LEGO® bricks. From an ancient Egyptian pyramid to Old London Bridge, and from the natural wonder of a coral reef to the modern marvel of the international space station, travel through history and explore over 50 models made using half a million LEGO® bricks. Build your imagination at the interactive play areas, and don’t miss two special models of Horniman icons created especially for the show. Ticket prices:  Child £5; Adult £9: Family (up to 2 adults, 2 children) £20. Prices include voluntary 10% Gift Aid donation. Horniman Members and Benefactors enjoy free, unlimited visits to the exhibition. See www.horniman.ac.ukfor more information.  Displays  The Lore of the Land Until Sunday 2 June The first exhibition in our new arts space, The Studio, explores our deep-rooted relationship with the natural world. Artist Serena Korda has worked with a Collective of local community members to create a multi-sensory installation featuring ceramic artworks dispensing scents inspired by the Horniman Gardens, and …