Little Nippers: I've Been Working on the Railway

Join us in April as we learn all about life working on the line and at the Ipswich Railway Workshops. 

Little Nippers will learn about the different tools railway workers used to make the trains that are seen throughout the Museum and the different types of jobs people did on the railways. These sessions also highlight the significant roles Australian Aboriginal, Torres Strait and South Pacific Islander peoples played in building the railway network across Australia.



When

Fridays 9:45am - 10:30am
23 & 30 April

Where

Little Nippers activity space, meeting at the front of the museum. Look for the sign near the black locomotive.

Cost

Little Nippers is included with Museum entry and free for Annual Pass holders. No need to book – just come along and join in the fun.

About Little Nippers

Designed for children from 2 - 6 years, Little Nippers encourages fun and discovery learning around a museum object.

Each week during school term, from March to December, the Little Nippers box is opened and an object is revealed. The children learn about the mystery object through story, dance, song and craft.

Participating families are then invited to the Museum's Trackside Café to meet with other families.

For further information call us on (07) 3432 5100 or contact us using the online form.

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Event Details

Dates
23 April 2021, 09:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Cost
Free with Admission

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