THE DIVING MUSUEM is celebrating its public reopening last weekend (April 1) by inviting local residents to attend a special Easter event over the upcoming four day weekend, with early forecasts showing warm temperatures and bright sunshine.
Open between 11am and 4pm every day this weekend, including Easter Sunday, the Stokes Bay museum will see little knitted fish placed alongside its varying range of historic artefacts for their annually held Easter hunt.
Family members will be able to find the hidden fish and mark a special ‘treasure map’ sheet that will be provided at reception. Once finished each participant will be able to trade their findings into a clutch of little speckled chocolate eggs.
No extra charge
There is no need to book and visitors can turn up anytime within opening hours, with the last entry being permitted access at 3:15pm. Museum staff will be onsite at all times to assist with any enquires and present the chocolate eggs to participants.
Furthermore there is no extra charge in order to complete this Easter hunt and normal fees still apply for entry. This includes an adult ticket being priced at £5 with seniors and kids (five to 16 years) will cost £4 individually.
A family ticket (two adults and up to four children) is listed as being £15, whilst under fives and carers for disabled visitors are entitled for free access to the museum.