December 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm£15.00
Make your own wreath or table decoration using festive foliage in the spectacular Victorian Chapter Hall at the St John’s Gate. Learn about the symbolism of traditional ‘festive’ plants and the folklore and superstitions around decorating the home. All materials and a festive drink are included with your ticket.
The Chapter Hall at St John’s Gate was designed by architect John Oldrid Scott and opened in 1903. The heraldic stained glass, carved stone and wood panelling will transport you back to the sixteenth-century, a magnificent and atmospheric setting for this festive workshop. Many of the natural materials will be harvested from the Museum’s own garden.
The Chapter Hall at St John’s Gate is accessible by stairs only. There is a lift which reduces the number of stairs guests need to ascend. You can find all the access information for our venue here. For assistance planning your visit please email email@example.com, or call us on 020 7324 4005 (lines monitored Wednesday-Saturday 10am – 5pm).