Toddler Takeover: Colour Spectacular - SOLD OUT!

*Please note, this event is now SOLD OUT!*

Twinkling lights, shadow making, starry skies and story telling for our next Toddler Takeover! 

A whole day of activities dedicated to little ones as we dive headfirst into the world of light and colour. Get creative and make some mess with Autumn Leaves. Visit our story telling sessions filled with actions and props. There won't be any school groups around the exhibits so the whole space will be free to roam around for families. Fly around the stars and planets in our Planetarium show, 'Space Explorers' especially for under 5s (add on to your ticket for £2.50 each)





16 Nov

How Much

Early Bird prices: Adult £7.65/£8.50 with Gift Aid; Children aged 3 and above £5.75/£6.50

Who for

Toddlers and their Families

This event has now SOLD OUT!



Ticket information

In order that everyone has a fun and safe time, we do limit the amount of tickets for our Toddler Takeover events - so pre-booking is essential.

Book before the 25th October to benefit from our early bird prices:

Adult ticket: £7.65 / £8.50 with Gift Aid

Concession: £6.75 / £7.50 with Gift Aid 

Children age 3 and above: £5.75 / £6.50 with Gift Aid

Children 0-2: FREE

After the 25th October, prices will revert back to full price (Adult: £8.50/£9.50 with Gift Aid, Concession £7.65/ £8.50 with Gift Aid, Children age 3 and above: £6.75/£7.50 with Gift Aid). 



The Planetarium is free for children aged 0-2, and £2.50 per seat for anyone aged over 3 (so adults included). You still need to book the seats for any under 2s - you can do all of this either online or on the phone (0117 915 1000 Mon-Fri 9-5).


We do allocate spaces for Members also (Toddler Takeover is included in your annual membership), but it's important that these spaces are reserved in advance, as there will only be a very limited number of tickets for Members available on the day itself. Please call our bookings team on 0117 915 1000 (Mon to Fri, 9am to 5pm) for more information.


Image credit: Paul Blakemore