Easter Fun at Magna

27th March 2015

Visitors to Magna over the Easter holidays will be able to try their hand at everything from sorting rubbish and listening to stories to riding a zipwire and trampolining.

The visitor attraction has a wide range of activities for all the family running throughout the Easter break. As well as the zipwire, trampolining, story-telling and -It's a Rubbish Adventure workshops, where visitors can have a go at the Big Sort Challenge, there will be regular steel tours and forge demonstrations, including opportunities to see a blacksmith at work. And if the sun shines, children will be able to play in the Sci-Tek adventure play area which features trampoline nets, spinning bowls, tilted roundabouts, twisted slides as well as rockets and castles. Donna Shaw, marketing co-ordinator at Magna, said: -We have something for all ages and all weathers. And a lot of our activities are educational as well as fun. Magna, which is housed in the former Templeborough steelworks, has more than 100 hands-on exhibits designed to explore the four elements of air, water, earth and fire. It also hosts regular school trips and hosts business and social events.

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