Captivating creatures join family fun for Ipswich Museum's half-term animal invasion
PUBLISHED: 17:32 14 February 2017 | UPDATED: 17:32 14 February 2017
Ipswich Museum was transformed into a marvellous menagerie of creatures on today, as the animal invasion event returned for half term.
The three-day event which began today featured four workshops where adults and children alike could find out more about fascinating animals including rats, chinchillas and even an aptly-named parrot called Valentine.
More than 800 people gathered for today’s opening – and museum bosses have said that more animal invasions can be expected throughout the year.
“It’s been great to welcome so many people in and we ensure the programme of events is informed by the responses and feedback from the visitors,” said manager James Steward.
The lively creatures will be on hand for workshops at 10.30am, 11.30am, 1.30pm and 2.30pm on Wednesday and Thursday, with online booking required.
For more information and to book see here.