Children's ceramic bird feeder workshop

Decorate a bird feeder and bird decoration with colourful paints.

  • Booking essential

Get crafty this half term and decorate a ceramic bird feeder and bird decoration to take home and hang in a tree.

All children must be accompanied by an adult. If possible, we ask that only one adult attends per child due to capacity reasons.

Workshops are 1.5 hours long, you can take as much time as you like within this to complete your painting.

Recommended for age 5-11 years.

All materials are supplied in these hands-on workshops. Squash available for children.

Prices

Event ticket prices
  • Child £9.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
A booking fee of 5% will be charged by the Box Office.
Suitability
Suitable for age 5-11 years.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
Meeting point
Please meet in the Hayloft, on the second floor of the Knole Conservation Studio.
Accessibility
The Hayloft is wheelchair accessible. Please phone 01732 462100 to discuss your access requirements.

Times

Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
19 February 2019 10:30 - 12:00 Sold out
20 February 2019 10:30 - 12:00 Sold out

Contact Info

Name
Knole
Email
knole@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01732 462100

Upcoming events

Children's ceramic bird feeder workshop

Tue 19 Feb 2019
10:30-12:00
Decorate a bird feeder and bird decoration with colourful paints.

Gelli printing for beginners

Thu 21 Feb 2019
10:30-13:00
Learn the basics of gelli printing and create your own colourful work of art.

Modern calligraphy for beginners with Judy Broad

Sat 23 Feb 2019
10:30-13:00
Have you ever fancied learning the beautiful art of modern calligraphy?

Guided walk: monumental trees

Sat 23 Feb 2019
14:00-15:00
Explore Knole Park and learn about its ancient and majestic trees.

Storytime in Knole's bookshop

Mon 25 Feb 2019
11:00-11:30
Join the storytime fun in Knole's bookshop where your little ones can enjoy short stories and nursery rhymes.

Attic tours

Sat 02 Mar 2019
11:30-12:15
On this tour of Knole’s often-forgotten attic spaces, our knowledgeable guides will reveal the stories behind centuries of graffiti, lost 17th century letters, witchmarks and a curiously sloped floor.