A Happy Holi!
St Mungo Museum hold regular arts and crafts workshops for kids, drop in on March 3rd and make your own wall hanging to celebrate Holi!
About A Happy Holi!
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Through the ancient art of batik (dying brightly coloured material) make an exciting wall hanging to celebrate Holi the Hindu spring festival.
Glasgow Museums welcomes families and children of all ages and all our venues are FREE to visit.
Our displays and exhibitions are designed with families in mind, so you’ll always find something interesting to explore when you visit.
Events are FREE unless otherwise stated.
The activities listed here are for family groups and children. If you would like to arrange a visit for an organised group, please contact the individual museum in advance.
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