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Making Christmas: Candles - Sold Out

Ulster Folk Museum, 153 Bangor Road, Holywood, County Down, BT180EU
blue green and yellow candles


Get hands-on at our special Christmas candle making workshop at the Ulster Folk Museum on Saturday 25th November. Join Juliana from the Juliana Made This Candle Co. as you make the perfect hand-made gift for someone this Christmas.

Juliana will guide you through the fun process of making your own bespoke, hand-poured soy candle. You'll be provided with the tools and materials to make your own candle at the workshop, as well as choosing a scent and colour, taking inspiration from the native plants and trees found in the Folk Museum. Learn about the history of candles and candle making in Ireland and warm up with a mince pie and drink in the festive surroundings of the museum. You'll also have the opportunity to make hand painted wrapping paper to package your candle.

What to know:
• Candles take time to set so it will be posted to you the week after the event. Postage to an NI address is included in the ticket price.
• Your ticket includes admission to the museum, please feel free to come early and explore. The museum closes at 4pm on the day of the event.
• This event is for ages 16+ . No experience required and all materials are provided.


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  • On site parking
  • Station nearby

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Ticket£45.00 per ticket

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