Autumn Holiday Program

Date 11.00 am Session 2.00pm Session
Tuesday 3 April Cooking Up A Storm (TR) Delightful Decoupage Trays (CR)
Wednesday 4 April Penguin Keyring (CR) Reading, ‘Riting & ‘Rithmatic (CS)
Thursday 5 April Colourful Circular Weaving (CR) Wooden Peg People (CR)
Friday 6 April Cooking Up A Storm (TR) Delightful Decoupage Trays (CR)
Saturday 7 April Beguiling Beaded Figures (CR) Penguin Keyring (CR)
Sunday 8 April Wooden Peg People (CR) Colourful Circular Weaving (CR)
Monday 9 April Cooking Up A Storm (TR) Delightful Decoupage Trays (CR)
Tuesday 10 April Beguiling Beaded Figures (CR) Reading, ‘Riting & ‘Rithmatic (CS)
Wednesday 11 April Colourful Circular Weaving (CR) Penguin Keyring (CR)
Thursday 12 April Delightful Decoupage Trays (CR) Wooden Peg People (CR)
Friday 13 April Cooking Up A Storm (TR) Beguiling Beaded Figures (CR)

All activities depart from reception 11:00am and 2:00pm daily. CR=Chart Room, CS=Common School, TR=Tearooms,
Parents are required to accompany their children to all activities. Unless we state an age limit, our programs are created to be suitable for children across all ages from toddlers to teens. Activities are as simple or complex as your child’s imagination and skills.

Cooking up a storm

Using a traditional recipe, measure & mix to create yourself a take home bag of yummy treats. Be careful you might  nd it so yummy it won’t even get home!! (Limit 30. Book at reception. Sessions suitable for primary age – 15y/o children. All children wanting to participate must book a spot)

Colourful Circular Weaving

Weaving is a very ancient technique used to make fabric. Make your own circu- lar weaving loom and learn how to weave a multi-coloured cardboard wheel.

Delightful Decoupage Trays

Decorate a tray using the ancient art of decoupage. We’ll supply a wonderful array of colourful pictures from the Victorian era. The result should be both beautiful and totally unique.

Beguiling Beaded Figures

Mix twisted wire, pretty beads with a big imagination and you get something wonderful, colourful and unique. We’re going to show you how to make a beau- tiful beaded penguin but if you have a favourite animal I’m sure you could design your own beguiling beaded  gure!

Reading, ‘Riting & ‘Rithmatic

Be on your best behaviour as the School Ma’am shows you how to behave
in the 1870’s Common School. Dress in period costume, role play & use slate boards. Don’t misbehave or the School Ma’am might have to get her cane out & you don’t want that!
(Age: Primary School. Limit: 30. Book at Reception)

Penguin Keyring

Sewing is becoming a lost art. One hundred years ago nearly every girl and many boys learnt how to sew. In this activity we will teach you how to sew so you can make a very cute penguin softie keyring to hang o  your school bag.

Wooden Peg People

The tradition of making peg dolls out of wooden clothes pegs comes from a time when people had little money to spend on toys. During the 19th century the Victorian children would make toys from items they found in and outside their homes. Come and make yourself a traditional peg doll of your choice from a myriad of materials.

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By Day - Museum and Village Admission

Adults $18.00
Concession $14.50
Child $8.50
Family $48.00

By Night - Sound and Light Show Admission

  1st Show
Adults $30.00
Concession $27.00
Child $15.95
Family (2 adults and 2 Children) $77.00
Additional Child $12.00

Day and Night Package

30% off your Day Entry when you purchase Night Show.

Adults $42.60
Concession $37.15
Child $21.90
Family (2 adults and 2 Children) $110.60
Additional Child $12.00
Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum and Village

Don’t just learn about maritime history – experience it 
in our Living Museum and Spectacular Sound and Light Shows

89 Merri Street Warrnambool

Open Daily from 9am to 5pm
last admission 4pm

Ph: (03) 5559 4600