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Little Mice Club at National Waterfront Museum

Looking for a delightful and educational experience for your little preschool in Swansea? The Little Mice Club is the perfect place for parents and caregivers to engage with preschool children in a fun, creative, and Welsh-friendly environment.

Kids will discover a World of Play and Creativity at the Little Mice Club, with the magic of play, making, and singing. Bring your little adventurers to explore exciting themes every month, each designed to spark their imagination and curiosity. Arts and crafts await, offering a hands-on experience that nurtures their creativity.

Welsh Rhyme time with Cymraeg i Blant. Proudly partnering with Cymraeg i Blant, National Waterfront Museum brings the joy of Welsh culture and language to your little learners. Join the delightful Welsh rhyme time sessions, fostering an early love for the Welsh language in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

No Little Mice Club experience is complete without a special encounter with our adorable friend, Morys the Museum Mouse. Morys makes every visit memorable, full of giggles, and sure to leave a lasting impression on your little one.

This event is exclusively for Preschoolers and Their Caregivers. This club is designed with your little ones in mind. Exclusively for children aged 5 and under, this is the perfect opportunity for them to explore, create, and learn in a supportive and stimulating environment. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to actively participate, creating wonderful bonding moments.

Join in for monthly themed adventures, tailored to captivate and engage our little attendees. Drop in with your little ones at Swansea Waterfront Museum, and let the Little Mice Club be the highlight of their early learning journey.




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