Toddler Takeover: Super Senses at We The Curious on Friday 8th February 2019Posted on: 02 Feb 2019
Bristol's kids can enjoy a day of immersive, sensory fun when We The Curious presents a range of activities as part of its Toddler Takeover: Super Senses day on Friday 8th February 2019.
All the stimulating human sensory elements of smelling, feeling, listening and touching will be encouraged in a day that will include workshops, games and activities for the city's ankle-biters aged between 1 and 5 years old.
They can accompany Ursa and Leo for the Magical Forest storytime; listen to some of the intriguing, unusual noises as part of the Soundlab; and explore a range of textures as part of the texture garden. Space Explorers will also engage them in a magical trip around the planets and stars for a special presenter-led Planetarium show for under-5s. And as there won't be any school trips around on the day, families can explore the activities and sensory spaces totally uninterrupted.
Activities will run from 10am to 4pm. Tickets cost £7.65 for adults, £5.75 for children aged 3+, and children up to 2 years of age get in free. There's also a range of Early Bird ticket prices you can take advantage of if you book before 29th January.
For more info about this and other activities, events and educational events at We The Curious, head here.
We The Curious is located at Anchor Road, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5DB. Tel. 0117 915 1000
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