Family Activities at Home

Whilst many of our family-friendly venues and attractions across the district are closed, now is the time to experience some of their online content.

 

 


Lakeland Wildlife Oasis lakeland

  • Meet an ‘A-Z’ of amazing animals with Wildlife Oasis, and see them being fed and cared for by their keepers via Facebook Live stream!
  • *YOUR ZOO NEEDS YOU* To help Lakeland pay for the care of their animals, any donation, big or small, will help. With over 100 species at the zoo, that’s a lot of food, medicine and bedding that these animals need to keep them healthy and warm every day! If you can help, please donate here or email mail@wildlifeoasis.co.uk. Thank you.

 


Williamson Park

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Williamson Park’s 54 acres of beautiful parkland offer breathtaking views across to Morecambe Bay. Inside the park you’ll find the Ashton Memorial, plus a tropical Butterfly House and Mini-Zoo with Mini-Beast and Bird Enclosures and a small mammal section with some very popular meerkats!

 

 


 

Lancaster City Museum

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  • Get creative with Lancaster City Museum’s A Night in the Museum 

“We’re going to be closing in a moment. Please could you make your way downstairs”, said the museum lady.
“Okay”, I mumbled. I just wanted to finish reading the story about how the Roman tombstone had been found.
All of a sudden the lights went out and I was plunged into darkness; I had been locked in! 

Can you write us a story – what happened on YOUR night locked in the museum?

Share your story on the museum’s Facebook page or email it to: lancastercitymuseum@lancaster.gov.uk

 

 


Lancaster Maritime Museum

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Lancaster and Morecambe College

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  • Over the next few weeks, L&M College’s Tackling Inactivity Team will be encouraging students, staff and the wider community to remain active during this period of staying at home.
  • Keep your eyes peeled for videos of the team getting creative with fitness routines, games for the family and fun challenges to get involved in. Here’s Adam, introducing the project: