Meet baby chicks that have hatched from real Easter eggs, take part in spring craft activities. Crafts 1-3.30pm (every day, small costs apply), pond dipping 11am-noon and 1-2pm (every day, free with admission).
Find out some fascinating facts about the planets in our solar system in this interactive show, suitable for 8 to 12 year olds.
Free tickets will be available to collect from museum reception from 10am on the day.
Tickets will be issued on a first come, first served basis.
Join local astronomers for two fun nights of assorted astronomical treats at the Cygnus Observatory at WWT Washington Wetlands Centre!
Powerful telescopes will be available to unveil; the Moon, the mighty planet Jupiter and its four largest moons, the amazing stellar nursery, the Orion Nebula (M42), gorgeous star clusters such as “The Seven Sisters” and “The Beehive” clusters and many other wonders of the night sky."
This is a story about a girl. The story happened in a once upon a time, and in a once upon a place. The girl was called Rapunzel.
Placed high-up in a tower above the world and faced with the challenge of growing-up, she is found alone, dreaming....
The sun goes up
The moon goes down
The world keeps turning
Round and round.
The moon comes up
The sun goes down
Can things that are lost
Ever be found?
A baby chick is born and thinks the sky is falling down. On the way to tell the King, she meets Henny Penny, Ducky Lucky & Turkey Lurkey, but there's a shocking surprise! Chicken Licken grows up to be the Little Red Hen and asks her friends to help her make bread, but no one wants to play! Mixed into this recipe of food, puppets and music is the story of Little Red Hen and the sly Foxy Loxy. Will she outwit him and save her stuffing?
Suitable for ages 3 to 8
Theres always plenty to see and do at the National Glass Centre
Tuesday 17 February and Friday 20 February
Hourly workshops from 11.00am to 3.00pm
Booking Advisable Call: 0191 515 5555 (Option 9)
Inspired by David Reekie’s glass robot, currently on display in the Northlands Creative Glass Collection, create your own glass fused robot!
Spending time, rather than money, as a family is so important; sharing experiences and creating lasting memories. Sunderland has a surprising mix of fun things to see and do indoors and out, as well as good value places to eat and drink that can keep the whole family happy and entertained. Many of Sunderland's attractions and events are free and offer a great fun-packed family day out!
Bring the Happy Live attempts an extravagant portrait of happiness.
An interactive, intimate and highly moving evening where you celebrate the happiness of Sunderland, South Tyneside and UK.
Find out more about 'Bring the Happy'.
Join three children on an unforgettable bedtime adventure: a journey through the attic at the top of an old house.
As the children work together to unravel a mystery, they meet a wolf, a crab, a whale and a goose – and when they finally open the dusty suitcase in the far corner of the attic, they realise that there really is no need to be frightened of the dark ever again.
Enchanting music and puppetry for ages 3 to 6 and their families.
Splash out at the first ever WearSlide event this April at Herrington Country Park.
Tickets are £10 for over 16’s and £5 for 5-15year olds and group tickets are £100 for a 10 minute time slot for up to 10 people.
Find out more and book for the WearSlide.
Did you know?
Sunderland's Friendship Agreement with Washington DC makes us the only city in Europe to enjoy such a relationship with the world's most powerful city. Washington Old Hall is home to the direct ancestors of the first president of the United States of America.