October Holiday Workshops

Join us this October Holidays for heritage inspired workshops and some spooky Halloween fun! From witchcraft to skeklers and faas fices to frightening feel boxes there's lots happening at the Shetland Museum and Archives this October.

As well as spooky craft activities and a night at the museum for the bairns we also have a 'Make your own Skeklers Hat' workshop for adults and secondary school age.

Throughout the holidays, you can drop-in any time and pick up one of our free spooky museum trails from reception. Explore the museum and follow the clues looking out for creepy creatures along the way.

We look forward to seeing you. Check the museum opening times here.

Tuesday 17th October
Night at the Museum | 6.30pm to 8.30pm | Cost £4 | Primary 1-7 - Book a space

Wednesday 18th October
Spooky Spell Jars | 11am to 12.30pm | Cost £5 | Primary 4-7 - Book a space
Faas Fices | 2pm to 3.30pm | Cost £5 | Primary 1-4 - Book a space

Friday 20th October
Make your own Skeklers Hat with Eve Eunson | 1pm to 4pm | £25 | Adults and secondary school age | Book a space

Saturday 21st October
Make your own Skeklers Hat with Eve Eunson | 10.30am to 1.30pm | £25 | Adults and secondary school age | Book a space

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