Help celebrate the harvest, take part in foodie activities and creative crafts, and spot the autumnal changes on a ranger walk. Head outdoors to learn about foraging and the local flora, fauna and seasonal crops on the farm, then see resident Clydesdale horse, Mairi, get dressed for the harvest. Test your traditional cooking skills with some bannock making, then get hands-on and create your own straw love knot or mini scarecrow to take home.
COST: Adult £7, Concessions £6, Child £4 (under 5 free), Family (2 adults, 2 children) £19, members free
WHEN: Saturday 29th of September until Sunday 30th of September, 2018
WHERE: National Museum of Rural Life, East Kilbride
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