A Christmas themed historical guided walk and refreshments
The Daft Days
The Daft Days
Date: Thursday 30 December
Price: £7.50 per ticket
Meeting Point: Meet at Tweeddale Museum and Gallery
The ‘Daft Days’ was the medieval Scottish name for the ‘Twelve days of Christmas’. As we head into the New Year we invite you to come along on this wonderful walk, revisiting the footsteps of our medieval ancestors.
This guided walk, led by the Live Borders Museum team, will take us to key points in Peebles where we will discover how people lived and celebrated the winter festivals in the past.
Discover the traditions of yuletide with stories of turkey, trees and tinsel!
Why was Christmas banned as a public holiday? and what was the importance of the yule log?
Join us on this midwinter walk then return to the museum for a taste of some old-fashioned festive food and drink.
If you require more information please contact the team on 01721 724 820 or 01721 726 333. Alternatively, you can email Chris Sawers: email@example.com
The walk has been assessed as an easy walk on flat ground. Please wear weather appropriate warm outdoor clothing and footwear.
Older children (over 14) are welcome but by arrangement only please contact the team direct on 01721 724 820 or 01721 726 333. Alternatively, you can email Chris Sawers: firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be a limit of 12 people on this walk.
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When & where
High Street, Peebles, EH45 8AG
- From 13:00
- To 14:30