Families wrapped up warm during the week to visit the Weald and Downland Museum at Singleton.
Five days of creative fun were held over the half-term week with family activities with a folklore theme.
From make and take activities to creative crafts, listening to a fireside story about historical monsters, heroes and unusual happenings, there was plenty on offer for all ages.
Two-year-old Izzy Maslin visited the museum on Monday with mum, Beccy Maslin and her nan, Rosemary Jones. All three came from Horsham.
Beccy said: “I haven’t visited here since I was at school. It’s been great fun today. We have made shadow puppets, magic tubes, fed the ducks and seen the horses. It’s a fantastic place to come with children.”
Nina Bayley came with her children, Erin, aged four, and Alexander, aged two.
She said: “A friend of mine saw the events advertised on Facebook.
“It’s great for children with all the open space and it’s a good place for them to come and learn.
“The children have made mermaid peg dolls, a tree man and some badges.”