During the Easter holidays we visited The Spring Garden at The Lexicon and had a wonderful 1/2 hour. The Spring Garden was a pop-up experience in Princess Square. We pre-booked our space via the Lexicon's website and just turned up 5 minutes before our allocated session.
Upon arrival we were welcomed by two really helpful and friendly members of staff and then invited into the Spring Garden, the decoration and setting was magical and we were met by the Daffodil Princess. We were then taken to a table where we got to decorate a ceramic bird feeder with brightly coloured and metallic pens. Whilst taking part in the craft activity two flower people also came to say hello who captivated my little ones imagination.
About half way through the session we were then invited to sit on some bean bags for an Easter story. Lottie the storyteller was engaging and there were a selection of props used in the story which parents and children were given to hold making for a captivating story. Once the story had finished the experience ended and we were given a bag of chocolate eggs to take home. It was lovely just to take 30 minutes out for a bit of crafting and a story (I certainly enjoyed sitting down for 15 minutes!).
There was a recommended donation of £1 per person for the experience, with the donation going to The Lexicon charity of the year.
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