Picture gallery: Easter egg hunt starts holiday fun at Norwich museum

The Easter school holidays got off to a fun start at Strangers' Hall in Norwich today.

The Charing Cross quirky museum held its first Easter egg hunt of the holidays, which will be held again on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday for the next two weeks.

Museum interpreter Jan Bensley - who gives guided tours of the museum, some parts of which date back as far as 1320 - said: 'We have lots for children to do themed around Easter and spring time, such as making crafts and our Easter egg hunt.

'This is made up of a trail around the building so that the children look around all the different rooms looking for eggs.

'We also have a lovely south-facing garden and when the weather is agreeable, like it is today, then it is really nice for the Easter egg hunt to continue outside because it is bursting into life out there at the moment.

'We have lots of things prepared so we are hoping to see a lot of visitors.'

The Easter activities are no extra cost to usual admission prices, which are; adults �3.70, concession �3.10 and young persons (4-16 years) �2. The museum is open from 10.30am to 4pm from Wednesday to Saturday.

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For more information log on to: www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/Visit_Us/Strangers_Hall

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