Venue: Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre Price: Included with exhibition admission
Da Vinci Does Flight is a fun filled way for inventive and creative kids to enjoy the Da Vinci Machines and Robots exhibition
Come celebrate flight and Da Vinci in the first of three Da Vinci inspired days.
Da Vinci Does Flight is a fun filled way for inventive and creative kids to enjoy the Da Vinci Machines and Robots exhibition, with a focus on Da Vincis famed flying machines. Kids get to explore the world of Da Vinci flying machines and build their very own model.
At 10.30am the Wingspan Birds of Prey director Debbie Stewart will talk about the New Zealand falcon and how Da Vinci studied birds to make and inspire his inventive flying models.
Get competitive by creating a paper plane and put it to the test in our plane flying contest.
Build your own flying helicopter, colouring sheets for kids, spot prizes for those that come in fancy dress and take part in the activity trail that runs throughout exhibition.
Da Vinci Machines and Robots exhibition is on Saturday 17 December 2016 to Sunday 26 March 2017 at Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre.
Entry to the exhibition is ticketed. Adults $5, Families (max 2 adults and 3 children) $10, Children (5 – 15 years) $2 and Under 5’s and Locals: Free