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December Events at Pendon Museum

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Christmas Family Weekend

Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd December, 11am - 4pm.

Under 5's go FREE! Visit Pendon’s fabulous miniature landscapes with Christmas themed craft activities for children over 3. Trains will be running in Dartmoor and the Vale as usual. 

Preschooler's Christmas Trail

Wednesday 6th December, 10am - 11.30am.

Christmas themed craft, activities and storytelling for under 5's with entry to the magical miniature world of Pendon Museum. Tickets are £5 per child, adults go free!

Please keep an eye on our Events page for further details.

  

December Opening hours

With the exception of the New Year weekend and the above dates, Pendon Museum will be closed from the 4th of December until Saturday 3rd of February when we re-open for 2024. Please see the website for our open days in 2024. 

https://pendonmuseum.com

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