Treasure hunter Jasmine Moorby won a bag of goodies in a competition run by Clitheroe Castle Museum.
Jasmine (six) from Clitheroe, was picked from 61 entries in a competition to find 31 presents hidden at the museum.
She won a goodie bag full of items from the museum shop and was presented with a winner’s certificate.
Miles Peachey, Lancashire County Council’s acting museum manager at Clitheroe Castle, said: “Our young visitors really enjoy searching for the toys hidden within the museum.
“The children are having fun and learning at the same time.”
Andrew Moorby, Jasmine’s father, said: “I try to visit the museum every month with Jasmine.
“We find something new every time and it is a fun way for Jasmine to learn about history and our local area.
“Jasmine loves searching for the hidden items and she is thrilled to have won the competition.
“Visiting Clitheroe Castle is a superb family day out with really friendly and helpful staff.
“We’re already looking forward to visiting again soon.”
For more information on the museum, visit www.lancashire.gov.uk/museums or phone 01200 424568.
Admission is £4.10 for adults, £3.05 concessions. Accompanied children go free.