Chester Zoo, Caughall Road, Upton by Chester CH2 1LH
The Lanterns at Chester Zoo is back for another MAGICAL year, and is set to be as enchanting as ever.
Join us as we transform the zoo into a spectacular wonderland, full of sparkle, illumination and plenty of Christmas cheer!
Escape to fantastical worlds, each different from the last, that will take you on an illuminating journey like no other! Be immersed in this magical and uniquely Chester Zoo evening event, giving you the chance to see the zoo in a whole new light. Let your imagination run wild, and discover incredible spaces, each filled to the brim with colourful animal lanterns, spectacular costumed characters and Christmas scenes.
Child tickets start from £11
Adult tickets start from £13
Children aged 2 and under enter free of charge
Selected dates are available from Friday 12 November – Thursday 23 December, with timed tickets that give entry every 15 minutes from 4pm to 8.15pm.
Buxton Museum and Art Gallery, Terrace Road Buxton Derbyshire SK17 6DA
Ex-Purple Gang (notorious for being banned by the BBC), ex-Poynton councillor and artist once of this parish, will be displaying some of his in Buxton next month.
Changing Nature – This Might Make a Picture – a journey into abstraction with drawings and paintings by Chris J. Beard – will be running at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery from Saturday 11th December until Saturday 26th February 2022.
One artist`s long journey of progression, via art school and the school of life. The process involved in making art from visual imagery, beginnings and back up work. CJB does not consider himself an abstract painter per se, but one who has arrived at the point of personal interpretation.
Anson Engine Museum
Every Friday,Saturday & Sunday from 13 May – 29 October 2006 Time: 10:00am – 5:00pm Details: In his book, Horst O Hardenberg describes how the Otto-Langen engine displayed at the 1867 Paris Universal Exposition was called a Rattling monster or Devil s machine. Despite this, the engine went on to take the prestigious gold medal, beating the French built Hugon and Lenoir engines. Later that same year, Crossley Brothers in Manchester became the licensed manufacturer for Otto-Langen engines in the UK & Colonies. It is hailed as the first commercially successful engine The ?Rattling Monsters? exhibition tells the history and development of these engines as well allowing you the chance to see many exhibits never before made public. This exhibition is a World First! Museum Entry Fees Adults £3.50 Children under 14 £2.50 Children under 5 s free Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children) £10.00 No additional charge for Rattling Monsters Exhibition! Date: 29/10/2005 Time: To: 30/10/2005 Time: Location: Anson Road
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