Easter at The Pankhurst Centre: Easter egg trails, decorate your own egg and graffiti on the wall
We take a look at some Easter activities at The Pankhurst Centre: From a Suffrage-egg hunt, to making your own Emmeline Pankhurst egg, to drawing graffiti on the graffiti-wall.
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A Manchester museum is hosting some egg-citing easter activities for people to get involved with this April.
On Thursdays and Sundays over the Easter holidays - including Easter Sunday - The Pankhurst Centre near Manchester Royal Infirmary will be open from 11am-4pm with several egg-themed activities to keep the little ones entertained.
The Pankhurst Centre is the last known residence of the Pankhurst family before they moved to London, and is the home of an important piece of history in the Suffragette movement.
Tickets for the Pankhurst centre can be booked for free online to take part in an easter-egg hunt with a twist.
The activities available until Sunday 16 April include a Suffrage egg trail, a chance to decorate your very own Emmeline-egg and graffiti on the graffiti wall, just like the Suffragettes once did to get their message across during the movement.
We spoke to Emma McBeath, the heritage manager at the venue, to find out more.