A free club for dads to get creative with their kids kicks off at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum in Gosport tomorrow.
The activities will include working with unusual museum objects, getting creative with crafts and a day out to the New Forest to learn how to survive in the wild.
Jackie Edelman, Education Manager at the museum, says: ‘This is a great project for dads to spend time with their children. They get to do different fun activities together.’
The Dads’ Club at the museum will run fortnightly on Saturday mornings.
Dads, grandads and male carers will be working with some of the unusual objects in the museum and collaborating with performer Beyonder to turn these into a piece of creative art.
They can also explore HMS Alliance, the only surviving walk-through Second World War-era submarine in the UK and meet many of the submariners who served on board.
They will even get to meet a Greek warrior, go to the New Forest to build a group shelter and make camp fires.
The Dads’ Club is free, but places must be booked by calling (023) 9251 0354 ext 223 or by e-mailing to email@example.com
For more information visit submarine-museum.co.uk
The museum is found in Haslar Jetty Road in Gosport.