May Half Term at Moseley Old Hall
There is plenty to do at Moseley Old Hall this half term. From climbing a tree hide to making a birthday card fit for a king.
There is plenty to see and do all week for people of all ages, from family craft activities, trying a tasty treat in our tearoom to celebrating Charles II's birthday in style.
This is a great opportunity to complete some of the '50 things to do before you’re 11¾' by building a den, making a mud creation and getting to know a tree (hide). Don't forget to collect one of our new '50 things' leaflets from one of our team.
Time to celebrate!
On Wednesday 29 May, come along to make an oak leaf sprig to wear, learn about oak galls and make Charles II a birthday card fit for a king!
Join us from 11am-3pm in the woodland, £1.50 per child, no booking required, normal admission costa also apply. you can find out more here.
Why do we celebrate Oak Apple Day?
In 1660, to celebrate Charles II's Return to his Parliament, 29th May was made a public holiday, popularly known as Oak Apple Day. Incidentally this was also His Majesty's birthday. We will be celebrating this year by wearing a sprig of oak, and children can mark the occasion too by decorating their own paper crown and making the king a birthday card.