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Dr D's Science Club
Our science club created for children between 7-11 is back with a bang!
Every Saturday during term-time kids meet a genuine scientist and experiment with fun activities. They can collect stamps on their personalised passport each week to become a fully-fledged Dr Darwin Scientist and win a prize.
Dates are: September 10th, October 8th, November 5th, December 10th, January 14th, February 4th and March 11th.
Each of these days will feature fun and exciting activities from floating experiments to rockets. There's even a chance to eat cake on Erasmus Darwin’s 285th birthday in December!
Each session costs £4 per child (reductions for siblings) starting at 10am and finishing at noon. Parents may wish to attend with their children although all staff can fully supervise.
Booking is strongly advised: 01543 306260 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Erasmus Darwin House
Nestled in Lichfield’s idyllic Cathedral Close, Darwin House is an independent, accredited Museum that was once the family home of doctor, inventor and published poet Erasmus Darwin (1731 – 1802). With its unique place in Georgian history Darwin House showcases the breadth of Erasmus Darwin’s interests and achievements which laid the foundations for his grandson and evolutionary biologist Charles. Ponder in the room where leading Midland industrialists and thinkers were thought to have gathered and shared ground-breaking ideas. Discover the herbs in our tranquil garden used to season Mrs Darwin’s cooking. Learn about the medicinal qualities of plants with which Erasmus treated his patients (often free of charge!). Look through his personal journal to get a sense of his original mind and uncover what inspired his many theories and inventions including a flushing toilet and a speaking machine to name a few. Explore Darwin’s work through interactive exhibits, replica costumes and historical objects. Come as many times as you like, there’s always more to know about the Amazing Dr Darwin.