Father’s Day at the National Museum of Scotland

FathersDay_MuseumLast week I was at the Father’s Day Family Takeover at the National Museum of Scotland on Chambers Street, Edinburgh.

For the second year running Dad’s Rock and a huge number of local companies and volunteers took over the stunning venue to celebrate Father’s Day. I had a stall in the main hall this year from where I ran sketch tours and provided lots of drawing, painting and messy fun with my Edinburgh themed activity sheets.


The colouring in sheets were hugely popular, especially the Shore and Victoria Street. They were beautifully and enthusiastically coloured in by the parents as much as the children, so thank you to everyone who stopped by to mess up the table!!


My activity sheets went down so well I’ll be creating ¬†an Edinburgh colouring book. More to come soon…



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See the Dad’s Rock website for their free summer events in 2015.



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