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Ring for Royalty!


Ring for Royalty!

Ring the bell for 70 years on the throne!

This half term, celebrate the queen's Platinum Jubilee with a Right Royal Ring at our Victorian foundry museum!! Your ticket includes all this regal fun for your mini monarchs:

- "Ring for Royalty" treasure hunt with prizes
- Bells and Crowns paper crafts in the Old Laboratory activity space
- Ring a Royal Tune on our tuned toy handbells
- Foundry flag drawing challenge

Plus, don't miss out on our old favourites: brass rubbing, play-doh bell shapes, and kinetic sand bell moulding.

Please allow approximately 1 hour for your visit.

Ticket prices
Adult: (16 years+): 5.50
Concession (Student, 65+): £4.50
Child (3-16 years): £3.50
Kids under 3 go free

Date and times
Monday, 30th May, 10 am - 4 pm (last entry 3 pm)
Tuesday, 31st May, 10 am – 12 midday (last entry 11 am)
Wednesday, 1st June, 10 am - 12 midday (last entry 11 am)

Please note that there is currently no step free access to the first floor of the museum, including the Old Laboratory activity space and casting hall viewing platform. You will receive a PDF with your booking with more information about accessibility, or telephone us direct.

Use the calendar below to view available dates and to book. Should you have any queries about the booking process, email or telephone 01509 638 500.

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Visitor Details

Key Information

Leicestershire, LOUGHBOROUGH, Freehold Street, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 1AR

Tel: +44 (0)1509 638500

Opening Times

Event date & time (30 May 2022 - 1 June 2022)
Monday10:00 - 16:00
Tuesday - Wednesday10:00 - 12:00


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