Staff at the Oak House Museum in West Bromwich are holding their third annual Green Man family fun day on Sunday (12 May).
There will be Morris dancers performing throughout the day and live music from Dr Greenwood, who will be playing some well-known tunes out on the terrace guaranteed to get your feet tapping.
Our friends from RSPB Sandwell Valley will be on site with wildlife activities for families to enjoy and there will also be a bouncy castle in the grounds, craft activities and trails as well as games and play out on the lawn.
Inside the house, visitors can learn about herbs and how they were used 400 years ago. Enjoy historical hands-on activities and games, check out the craft stalls and hear our wandering musical minstrels and mummers play.
The tea room will be open and Cocktails2U will be here or you can bring a picnic to enjoy on the lawn.
Entrance is free but there may be a small charge for some activities. Gates open at 12pm and the event runs until 4pm with the site open until 5pm. The Oak House is in Oak Road, West Bromwich. For more information visit www.sandwell.gov.uk/joininmuseums or call 0121 553 0759.