Cody and goat at Fairytale Farm

What’s On In Oxfordshire 23rd-24th March 2019

My goodness there’s a lot of events in Oxfordshire this weekend!  From lambing to science fairs, orienteering to painting.  It’s tricky to pick which one we like best!

Saturday 23rd March

  • Science Saturdays at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History 12-4pm.  Meet real scientists and have a look at historic fossils from the museum’s collection.  Free drop in.
  • ATOM Science fair will be in Abingdon Market Place 10am-3pm.  Come along and find out about the latest technology, latest research and have a go at some hands-on activities.  Free event.
  • Xplorer family orienteering at Wantage Memorial Park 10-12pm.  Free event.  You can read our post about Xplorer events on the link here, we love them! https://mumof2point5.com/blog/xplorer-family-orienteering-events/
  • Earth Trust (Little Wittenham) lambing weekend 10am-4pm.  Meet the animals, bale climbing, tractor rides, childrens activities, refreshments and more.  Children under 2 get in free.  £8 per adult, £5 per child, £22 for a family of 4.
  • Didcot Mum2Mum nearly new sale at Didcot Civic Hall 10:30-12:30pm.  Adults £2, children free.
  • Chinese painting demonstration with Li Jing at the Vale and Downland Museum in Wantage 11am-1pm.  There is also a gallery of Chinese artwork to view upstairs.  Free entry (donations welcome).  You can read our review of this museum here: http://mumof2point5.com/daysout/south-east/vale-downland-museum/

Sunday 24th March

  • Family Friendly Sundays at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History 2-4pm.  Trails, crafts and backpacks with the museum volunteers.  Free drop in.
  • Earth Trust (Little Wittenham) lambing weekend 10am-4pm.  Meet the animals, bale climbing, tractor rides, childrens activities, refreshments and more.  Children under 2 get in free.  £8 per adult, £5 per child, £22 for a family of 4.

Ongoing

  • Bricktropolis And The Attack Of The Mighty Monsters at Milestones Living Museum.  16th February -28th April 2019 included with admission.  Follow two trails around the museum to discover 26 Lego models up to 6 metres tall!  Lego play tables, Lego mosaic activity at weekends, dressing up costumes and interactive displays.   You can read our full review of Milestones here: http://mumof2point5.com/daysout/south-east/milestones-living-museum/

For more ideas on places to visit this weekend check out our full list of reviews for attractions in the South East here: http://mumof2point5.com/daysout/south-east/

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