To mark British Science Week the museum is holding a special day of free science and craft activities for all the family on Saturday 18 March.
Inspired by the current exhibition on garden landscape design firm James Pulham & Son, the activities and experiments will explore the wonderful plants, rocks and mini creatures that make up our gardens. The day will run from 11am to 4pm and all activities are free.
Visitors can get up close with nature and discover what lives in our ponds by taking part in pond-dipping in Barclay Park. Pre-bookable one hour sessions are available at 11am, 1pm and 2.30pm.
There will also be a number of drop-in activities including experiments with rocks and sand and pavement art. Visitors can also plant bulbs to take home with them. These activities are all available on a drop-in basis.
For more information or to book the pond-dipping sessions please call the museum on 01992 445596. For more information visit www.broxbourne.gov.uk/lowewoodmuseum