Camera Obscura & World of Illusions is inviting the littlest kids to come join the fun at their annual Teeny Tiny Toddler Fest. The event runs for five days from Monday 7 – Friday 11 January 2019 and a new theme of space will be the focus for the activities. From galaxies to stars, spacemen to aliens, children aged 0-5 years will be able to discover outer space with fun-filled workshops and hands-on entertainment.
The top family attraction has also teamed up with a range of exciting partners, making 2019 the biggest event yet. The fabulous Mess Around Edinburgh and their multi-sensory messy play sessions will be available as well as The Young Engineers, who provide educational fun within science and engineering. Kids will also be able to learn about rockets and outer space with Fun Scientists, get creative with the RSPB, learn about communicating with The University of Edinburgh and climb inside a giant cell with UV torches with Cancer Research UK.
Firm favourites from previous years will be returning, including the Cloud Factory and crawl through kaleidoscopes as well as a chance to test your reaction time and grab a cuddle with Cameron, the friendly Camera Obscura bear, who’s had a special spaceman make-over!
Teeny Tiny Toddler Fest coordinator Lindsey Cotter said ‘We’re excited to be hosting our fifth Teeny Tiny Toddler Fest, and the theme of space has us over the moon! This event has grown in popularity and size every year, winning awards and the hearts of all those who attend. We are delighted to be able to offer something special for our smallest visitors and hope that they love this year’s event as much as the last.’
A visit to Teeny Tiny Toddler Fest will include all the five-star attraction has to offer, with over 100 interactive exhibits to enjoy, suitable for all ages.
Tickets are on sale now and available here. Tickets to Teeny Tiny Toddler Fest make fantastic presents for the holidays, and early birds can buy their tickets at a discount before the New Year.
The images are of: Annabelle Edmonstone, Flora Whitty, Eilidh Thomson, Catriona Thomson, Ruby Neill and Bréanainn Roy