A VARIETY of fun is planned over half term at a museum near Andover.

The Army Flying Museum at Middle Wallop is turning its attention to all things camouflage this February half term, with a wide range of craft activities and trails to keep families entertained.

On Tuesday, February 13, the team from Crazy Creatures visit the Museum for the very first time, to show how reptiles, amphibians and insects use camouflage to survive in the wild.

There will be plenty to see, handle and admire for those brave enough to get up close.

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Popular model-making sessions are also back on Thursday, February 15, and as a new regular holiday attraction, the team from the Museum will introduce visitors to the inside of an Apache Helicopter with use of their special VR headsets.

Lucy Johnson, CEO of the Army Flying Museum said: “We are really enjoying being able to offer a wide variety of free family activities during the school holidays and seeing so many people returning time and again to experience what the Museum has to offer. 

"We are thrilled to be introducing the VR headsets to our regular school holiday programme as we know these will be a popular item with both adults and children alike”.

Along with all the interactives, dressing up and play areas at the Museum, there is plenty to keep everyone busy and all activities throughout the week are included in ticket price which also comes with a free annual pass offered by the Museum.

For more information visit armyflying.com