Friday 27 April 10-12 noon
Sunday 29 April 2-4 pm
Discover an Iron Age lake fort, Vikings and the hidden jewels of an emperor in Poland. Poland has a long and rich history of fossils and artefacts buried in its rich multi-cultural heritage. Learn how some fascinating discoveries were made by ordinary people. See a re-created open air working museum in the slideshow presentation. Then construct your own craft work treasures to take home.
Ages 5-adult (All children are to be accompanied by an adult please)
$8 per person, including adults. Materials provided.
Cash or internet banking (sorry no Eftpos or credit card)
To book, please ph 09 533 3530 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Held indoors at Polish Heritage Trust Museum, 125 Elliot St, Howick, Auckland
Free off-street parking, seating, restrooms and wheelchair access available.
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