The Museum of Lincolnshire Life will be holding the second ever County Craft and Curios Fair on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 August.
Between 10am and 4.30pm, visitors to the popular Lincoln attraction will be able to explore 16 craft stalls, selling a selection of high-quality, unique handmade crafts, specially selected from across the region. The first County Craft and Curios Fair was held on 15th and 16th July.
Stephanie Beecher, events officer, said: “This is the first time that we’ve held a craft market at the museum. If this and the one in August go well, we’re looking at doing it every year.
“Handmade wooden ornaments and bespoke bird boxes are just some of the things we’ll have on offer, and there will also be vintage books, china, toys and kitchenware.
“Besides the craft stalls, there will also be live music and our Gatehouse Tearoom will be open for refreshments. There’s even going to be an ice cream bike!
“Make sure you pay us a visit!”
Admission to the County Craft and Curios Fair costs £2.50 or £1 for concession. There is also a £5 family ticket available. Last entry is at 4pm.
For more on everything the Museum of Lincolnshire Life has to offer, visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/museumoflincolnshirelife .