A JAM-PACKED week of excitement and learning will be on offer at Tullie House during the half term holiday.

The city centre museum will have, from Friday until next Sunday, the perfect event for Where’s Wally fans.

A bespoke search-and-find trail will be laid on throughout the museum, themed around the popular book character.

With visitors in line to enter a national grand prize draw competition, the trail is being organised in celebration of the release of a brand new book Where’s Wally? Double Trouble at the Museum.

The museum will also be holding other events to keep youngsters entertained over the half term holidays.

On Saturday, the museum will be hosting a ‘scary bookmarks’ craft afternoon, with visitors welcome to drop in at any time between 1pm and 4pm.

Craft afternoons making cats, paper plate spiders and clothing peg monsters will also be taking place on Sunday, Monday and Thursday.

There will be Halloween-themed rock painting on Tuesday, and on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday there will be pumpkin carving events, costing £3 per head.

Sessions will take place at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Booking is essential.