What’s on in Wakefield this May half term?

May half term starts next week and if you’re stuck for ideas, have a read of our handy guide to what’s on in wonderful Wakefield for all the family!

Family Sculpture Workshop: Come Rain, Come Shine
When: 1st June – 30th August 2016
Where: Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Cost: £3

Always a fun-filled day for all the family, Yorkshire Sculpture Park is putting on a special workshop where you’ll be able to immerse yourselves in the creative world of sculpture making and build your own versions inspired by designs already in the park.
Each session lasts approximately an hour so get involved and enjoy nature at your fingertips!
Art Pods at The Hepworth Wakefield
When: Every Saturday 11am – 4pm
Where: The Hepworth Wakefield
Cost: FREE

Get creative and work together as family to produce your own artwork inspired by the designs around you at The Hepworth Wakefield. Suitable for children aged 3-12 and perfect for a rainy day!
Art Play at The Hepworth Wakefield
When: Saturday 28th May
Where: The Hepworth Wakefield
Cost: Adults £4.50, Children £3.50

The last Saturday of each month sees the Hepworth Wakefield inundated with creative toddlers! Art Play sessions are designed for little ones aged 18 months to 4 years, allowing them to get messy in the specially designed learning studio. This session’s theme explores the world of clay and you’ll get to make your own clay sculptures using hands and feet! Guaranteed messy fun for all.
Refreshments are provided. Book in advance by calling the Learning Team on 01924 247398.
Nature Discovery Week at Junction 32
When: 30th May – 3rd June
Where: Junction 32
Cost: FREE

Bring the whole family and immerse yourselves in a week filled with nature discovery at Junction 32. With a full weekly schedule, there’s sure to be something for everyone from making bird boxes to exotic animal displays and even a mini petting farm!

For more half term ideas in wonderful Wakefield, head here.
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