May Bank Holiday Monday: Things to do

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Bank Holiday is nearly here! If you’re stuck for things to do, we have some suggestions for you for May 25th.

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

We love May; we get a second Bank Holiday! And there’s plenty of things to do in Birmingham and elsewhere on Monday 25th, for everyone.

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

A free story time sessions will be held at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery on Bank Holiday Monday beginning at 1pm for half an hour. At noon there will be a Mummy Magic Show and at 3pm, you have the chance to help bandage a ‘Mummy’ up and learn all sorts of exciting facts about Ancient Egypt.

Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Running from Monday 25th to Friday 29th will be Half-term Fun that will see 5 days of bug hunting, trails, face painting, story telling from 11am to 3pm.

Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

Get your vocals ready for Sing-a-long-a Frozen and Sing-a-long-a Grease! Let go you vocals with a Frozen sing-a-long on Monday at 11.30am and once more at 3.30pm, tickets costing £15. It’s great fun as you’ll be getting interactive before hand with a host who will be teaching you hand actions and helping you warm up your voice.

If you’d rather shake it up with Danny, Sandy and the T-birds and Pink Ladies, head over to the theatre on Monday evening, 7.30pm, tickets again at £15.

Weston Park

Weston Park in Shifnal is bringing you a creative day with plenty craft stalls and foods to try out. In fact there will be roughly 60 stalls that range from local produce to handmade gifts and art.

The gates to the park will open at 10.30am with admission into the Fayre priced at £3.50 per person.

Kenilworth Castle

Prepare yourselves for battle as the Knights Tournament kicks off at Kenilworth Castle in Warwickshire. There will be swords and battles and archery skill testing – a true tournament where the bravest knight will conquer all!

The Knights’ Tournament will be commencing at 11am to 5pm on Sunday 24th and Bank Holiday Monday. Family admission is £30.50, adults pay £11.70 and children, £7.10.

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