Encourage your children to come dressed for the visit. We find that dressing up enhances the educational experience. This can be achieved by adapting clothing already found at home!
- Long trousers (Jeans, corduroy, cotton drill) with optional braces.
- Long sleeved shirt with scarf or floppy bow tie at neck (shirt tucked in or worn over trousers with belt).
- Optional waistcoat or boots or lace-up shoes.
- Dress mid-calf length (not full length).
- Skirt and blouse are acceptable.
- Optional petticoat and pantalettes.
- Optional apron or pinafore.
- Stockings or long socks.
- Boots or shoes.
- Cape or shawl (square of fabric folded diagonally e.g. baby blanket or table cloth) tied at the front or pinned with non- valuable brooch. Bare head, bonnet or straw sun hat.
- White shirt with normal collar standing up with a cravat or small scarf tied in a front bow.
- Leather shoes or boots plus suit with colourful vest, top hat or felt hat.
- Light coloured trousers, dark jacket and vest, top hat or felt hat or trousers, braces or vest, straw hat or cap.
- Bonnet or straw sunhat, gloves, stockings, leather shoes or boots.
- Long full colourful dress or long full skirt with blouse covered by a large shawl (fabric square folded into a triangle).
- A plain jacket or cape.