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Easter Puzzle Trail @ Bendigo Pottery

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Description

Grab the family and follow the Easter Bunny through the Interpretive Museum at the Bendigo Pottery to be in the draw for some fun hands on activities and pottery.

Each bunny you find is another place to discover something about Bendigo Pottery. Learn how raw clay is made into the plates, mugs and bowls you use at home, and what else has been made here since 1858.
Answer the questions and drop them in the Bunny Box at the exit!

Learn more about the Bendigo Pottery Interpretive Museum…
Step back in time and learn about the production processes, machinery, working conditions and traditional skills of Bendigo Pottery from its beginning in 1858 to the present.

The Interpretive Museum is built around the internationally significant, historic kilns and contains displays of equipment used and products made in the last 163 years at Australia’s oldest working pottery.

Features include:
•Theatrette inside a restored wood fired kiln
•Videos and soundscapes
•Collection of early Bendigo Pottery
•Historic production equipment used for making acid bottles, clay pipes, roof tile, bricks and tableware.
•Timeline display detailing the development of Bendigo Pottery
•Views into the current production areas.

All tickets are booked with a specific entry time. However the session length is not restricted and you may enjoy the event for as long as you like (closing time is 5pm)

Please note:
•Children under 12 months do not require a ticket.
•As capacity at all venues is limited, please contact the Bendigo Visitor Centre to cancel your ticket if you are no longer able to attend. This will enable the ticket to be made available for others to book.

Bendigo Pottery - 146 Midland Highway, Epsom

As capacity at all venues is limited please cancel your ticket (and request refund if applicable) using the link provided in your confirmation email if you are no longer able to attend. This will enable the ticket to be made available for others to book.

Please help us keep all events safe and remember:
• Wash your hands or use the hand sanitiser provided regularly.
• Maintain social distancing where possible.
• Wear a face mask at indoor venues and outdoors where you are unable to social distance (you must carry one with you).
• Stay home if you are unwell or awaiting COVID-19 test results.
• Do not attend if you have travelled overseas or to a declared COVID-19 Hotspot in the previous 14 days.