Baby pigs, calves and lambs will be celebrating Easter at the VGM this weekend
The Victoria Gallery & Museum will be celebrating Easter Saturday with a range of activities for children and families to enjoy.
In the morning, the film `Babe’ will be shown in the Leggate Theatre, starting at 10.30am.
In the afternoon, from one to four pm, visitors can meet, hold and even bottle feed baby pigs, calves and lambs.
Children can get close to the Spring arrivals, and even bottle feed them when they are hungry
Face painting, an Easter trail and art and craft activity tables will also be available for visitors to try.
A picnic area will be available in the building for those wishing to stay for both events and bring their own packed lunch.
The Waterhouse cafe will also be open from 10 – 3pm offering a full hot menu, drinks and cakes.
All activities are free and no booking is required.
Further details contact Reception on 0151 794 2348 or visit the website: http://vgm.liverpool.ac.uk/
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