The Somerset Rural Life Museum in Glastonbury is holding three events for families during half term.
To attend any of the events you need to book a time-slot online or contact the museum on 01458 831197. Once you are on site you will be able to stay as long as you like.
Numbers are very limited to enable good social distancing.
On Sunday (October 18) they are celebrating national Apple Day with plenty to keep the youngsters occupied from 10am to 5pm.
Orchard expert Les Davies will be on hand to shared his knowledge about the humble fruit and apple pressing demonstrations will also take place.
The museum can be explored using an apple trail and there will be plenty of opportunity to get creative with apple-themed arts and crafts.
You could also enjoy a picnic in the orchard or apple treats from the café.
On Wednesday, October 28 you can join in with some Farmyard Fun from 11am to 4pm.
Meet the museum’s visiting goat, sheep and miniature pony. Children can also enjoy a special themed trail around the museum.
On Friday, October 30, why not meet the birds of prey from Pitcombe Rock Falconry.
Opening hours are 10am to 5pm.