Explore Dunfermline’s Heritage Quarter with free, fun activities for children and their families in the Spring, Summer, and October Fife School Holidays, in partnership with the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum, Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries, and Historic Envirionment Scotland (Abbey Nave & Palace)
‘Make Yourself at Home’ with HQ PAST-PORT Explorer this October!
Dunfermline’s popular HQExplorer PAST-PORT scheme is back for the Fife School October Holidays, with more free fun activities for children and their families. This Autumn’s theme is ‘Make Yourself at Home’ with opportunities to explore household life through the ages. Young visitors to four venues in the city’s historic Heritage Quarter can take part in a variety of activities including creating their own cottages and castles, making stained glass windows, exploring a day in the life of an Abbey Monk, and other fun and creative ways to experience home life through the ages. By completing the activities and collecting all four stamps in their PAST-PORT children can receive a certificate. Families can take part over one day, several days, or the whole holidays. Activities are run on a ‘drop in’ basis at the Abbey, the library, and the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum.
For more details, email Matt Baines, our Children’s, Youth, & Families Worker at email@example.com.