LYME Regis Museum is taking part in national initiative Museums at Night on Friday, May 18 for storytelling, arts and crafts and more.
Doors will be open from 6pm t0 8pm for a free evening of fun, plus complimentary refreshments from Lyme’s own Dottie Kitchen.
The event will feature storytelling, craft activities, fossil handling and face painting and is perfect both for families and for those who’d like to experience the museum with a different, after hours vibe.
Museum director David Tucker said: “This event is suitable for all ages and everyone is very welcome. We’d love to show local people in particular what’s on offer in the museum, so do come and join us if you can!”
Museums at Night is a national festival that runs in May and October every year to celebrate museums across the UK. This May, more than 700 museums and galleries have signed up to take part.
Visit www.museumsatnight.org.uk for more information.