February half-term at Osterley Park and House
The Tiger Who Came to Tea is at Osterley House this half-term, alongside craft and story-telling activities for younger visitors to enjoy.
From cycling to the Tiger trail in the Gardens, we've got plenty of activities for the whole family to do this February.
The Tiger is with us until March: come and have tea with him in the play kitchen, enjoy dressing up and colouring activities, and see displays of Judith Kerr's original illustrations. The whole family can also enjoy following the Tiger's pawprints around the Gardens. Can you see where he's been exploring?
Family Fun: Story Telling and Badge Making
On Monday 17 February, we're delighted that Sarah Rundle, professional storyteller, will be joning us. Monday's story-telling sessions for children will take place throughout the day, please ask at the kiosk upon arrival for further details.
On Tuesday 18 February, Osterley Library will be holding story-telling sessions between 1pm and 3.30pm.
Come along on Weds 19 February to join in our badge-making workshops. Why not let the little ones create a lasting memento of their day?
On Thursday 20 February, get creative with our Craft Cart in the Tiger exhibition.
Story-telling sessions will also take place on the afternoon of Friday 21 February.
Don't miss this fascinating exhibition exploring the rise to fame and fortune of the Child Family, who owned the property in the 1700s. Their story is told through the exquisite art and pieces of furniture they collected, displayed to provide visitors with deeper insight into Osterley and its treasures.