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The Deep: MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF THE OCEANS

    MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF THE OCEANS

    Uncover the myths and legends of the oceans this half term at Hull?s award-winning submarium, The Deep (Saturday 15th February ? Sunday 2nd March)

    Escape the cold, wet weather this half term and enjoy a whole host of fun family activities including our interactive daily presentations at the Endless Grotto (11.30am, 1pm and 3pm) where you can learn about some of the most famous myths and legends like the lost city of Atlantis, the legendary sea monster the Kraken and even the Loch Ness monster! Take part in our craft activities from 11am to 3pm and make your own mythical creature to take home. Complete the mythical mermaids trail as you journey through the oceans to be in with a chance of winning your very own giant cuddly squid! Don?t forget to visit our? fantastic face painting and badge making station in the Amazon Explorers? Den between 11am and 4pm, choose from a range of mythical designs, which wondrous creature will you be? Watch out for our incredible, brave divers feeding the magnificent sharks, rays and other species in our daily dive shows at 2pm! We also have exciting scatter feeds in the tropical Lagoon of Light at 12pm, 2pm and 4pm. Why not take the opportunity to get up close to some of the smaller critters we have here at The Deep including starfish, velvet swimmer crabs and spikey sea urchins in our Discovery Corner sessions running throughout the day next to the Lagoon of Light. Marketing Manager at The Deep, Becky Leach said: ?We have a range of activities and crafts happening at The Deep this half term, from face painting to the mythical mermaids trail and our exciting daily workshops, we have something to suit all ages.? To see a full list of events at The Deep this half term visit http://www.thedeep.co.uk/whats_on