Date(s) - 14/04/2017
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Framework Knitters Museum
The annual Knitted Bunny Hunt event returns to The Framework Knitters Museum in Ruddington this April. The popular and unique event will take place on Good Friday 14th April at the museum on Chapel Street from 11am to 4pm. Any children with bunnies or wearing bonnets will be given FREE admission.
Once again, the naughty knitted bunnies have hidden themselves in various rooms around the site. The museum needs eagle-eyed youngsters to help find their knitted pets. Any child who can help the framework knitters find all their knitted bunnies will be rewarded with an Easter Egg. The museum will also be toasting Hot Cross Buns on the cottage range, and the day will be filled with demonstrations and fun activities for children.
A framework knitter said: “We do hope you can help us find our mischievous knitted bunnies, they do like to hide and we have no time in our busy day to find them all! We have Easter Eggs aplenty for all our young friends who help us find them. When you visit, we’ll be happy to show you our Victorian knitting machines – and you’ll even have the chance to knit yourself a souvenir.”
The event takes place on Friday 14th April from 11am to 4pm, with refreshments available throughout the day. Admission fees are £5 for adults and £2 for children without a bunny or a bonnet.
Note that the adult admission fee includes an element of Gift Aid for UK tax-payers. In return, you’ll receive a unique Clocking-In Card (pictured right), which entitles you to FREE admission to the museum for the next 12 months!