Learning about past creatures

Olivia Creaser, 6,  enjoying Plesiosaur day at the Rotunda Museum, with her grandmother Margaret Richardson, and Sarah Terry, musum visitor services assistant.  Picture by Andrew Higgins  113158  05/08/11
Olivia Creaser, 6, enjoying Plesiosaur day at the Rotunda Museum, with her grandmother Margaret Richardson, and Sarah Terry, musum visitor services assistant. Picture by Andrew Higgins 113158 05/08/11
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PREHISTORIC family fun was on the agenda during a Plesiosaur Day at Scarborough’s Rotunda Museum.

The drop-in sessions are running every Friday during the school summer holidays from 11am to 4pm.

Children and adults will get the chance to discover more about the plesiosaur - a 150 million year old giant of the sea - through a range of creative activities.

The Rotunda is also running regular Dino Days every Wednesday during the summer season.

These sessions are also on from 11am to 4pm and there is no need to book.

The aim of the workshop is to get the whole family involved in all things palaentological through various activities. Call the Rotunda on (01723) 353665.