Tuesday 3 August 11am-12.30pm. Book tickets here.
Did you know that Ben Franklin started out as a printer? Nowadays we think of a printer as something that connects to a computer but the mechanical printing press was cutting edge technology in Franklin’s time. Join us for this fun-filled family day to learn all about 18th Century printing methods and try your hand at some printing of your own!
Most suitable for ages 5-11 but all ages are welcome!
COVID-19 Safety Precautions:
– We are limiting bookings to 10 people. Each family group will receive their own pack of materials to use for the crafts
– Activities will take place in a well-ventilated historic space with hand sanitiser and sanitising wipes available
– All staff and adult visitors are encouraged to wear a mask
If you would prefer to learn with Benjamin Franklin House remotely, you can sign up here for a 30-minute follow-up via Zoom at 3pm BST/10am EDT on Tuesday 3 August. To complete the printing activity at home, you will need: cardboard, scissors, pva glue, masking tape, paint and paper.
If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact our Education Manager.