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Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village

Spring into Flagstaff Hill these school holidays

News Article Date: 
Thursday, 19 September 2019

Craft, cooking, woodwork and more: the Hidden Treasures holiday program at Flagstaff Hill is packed with family fun.

Hidden Treasures will run from September 21 to October 6 at Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village

Village Activations Co-ordinator Kate Wake said Hidden Treasures was the village’s biggest school holiday program yet.

“Back on Wednesdays is the Jolly Lighthouse Keeper’s Time Travelling Tour,” Ms Wake said.

“This child-friendly tour  was a hit over winter and challenges kids to solve riddles by engaging with the village folk

“We’re also introducing old-fashioned games on the green and local live music featuring Jason Bull and Flo Lindermann over the Grand Final weekend.

The popular Meet the Maremma tours will run Monday to Thursday and Hidden Treasures will also include the first canon firing of the season on Friday, September 27.

The warmer weather, the village gardens in bloom and the Tearooms and Lolly Shop open daily make a visit to Flagstaff Hill and inviting proposition.

Flagstaff Hill encourages locals to invest in the $85 family membership for the best deal.

Members enjoy unlimited entry to the Village including all school holiday program activities and events throughout the year.

Download the new program and find tickets at www.flagstaffhill.com/school-holidays

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