On the trail of super furry animals at St Albans museum

PUBLISHED: 10:21 19 December 2009 | UPDATED: 14:47 06 May 2010

FURRY felines have been hidden among the antiquities on display at the Museum of St Albans as part of a Christmas Cats Trail. Cats are featuring on pictures and museum objects strategically placed along the corridors of the museum in Hatfield Road and chi

FURRY felines have been hidden among the antiquities on display at the Museum of St Albans as part of a Christmas Cats Trail.

Cats are featuring on pictures and museum objects strategically placed along the corridors of the museum in Hatfield Road and children have to hunt them down and plot them on a Christmas Cats Trail sheet.

That is handed in at the end of their visit to be entered into a prize draw on January 14 where the first two entries pulled out of a hat will be given a prize.

The trail runs until January 13 and admission to the museum is free.


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