Take your bravery and your torches and explore Saffron Walden Museum ... at night!

15:15 09 May 2014

Saffron Walden Museum

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Visit Saffron Walden Museum after dark and take part in the national event ‘Museums at Night’. Take along torches and all your bravery and explore the museum’s galleries as the sun goes down.

The event will take place between 6-8pm tomorrow (Friday). Normal entry fees apply: £1.50 adults, 75p concessions, 18 and under are FREE. All children MUST be accompanied by an adult.

For information contact Gemma Tully, visitor and learning services officer, on 01799 510333 or e-mail museum@uttlesford.gov.uk

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