Come and learn about the Saxons and Vikings in another hands-on and interactive session, with a mixture of handling objects, craft activities and dressing up. Learn about how the Saxons and Vikings fought, handle some trading objects, make your own rune-stick and dress up as a Saxon or Viking. This session is an adaptation of the learning session currently offered to schools, about which you can find out more here. The standard sessions are aimed primarily at 7-11 year olds/Key stage 2, but this session will be welcoming a slightly wider range of around 5-12 year olds.
The session incorporates a break of 30 minutes in the middle to stop for lunch, why not try our lovely café, which has a children’s special sandcastle offer (not included). Pre-booking is essential for this session and needs to be made before Monday 6th November, as numbers are limited; you can book and pay for a place at the museum’s main reception from Monday 18th September.
Contact the museum’s Learning Officer, Katherine Bell for more details – 01934621028 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring your group in for an exclusive evening opening with fun, hands on activities in a safe environment. Scouting and Guiding groups of all ages can book on to this pre-scheduled evening and explore the galleries whilst taking part in special, interactive activities spaced throughout the building. The event will be on between 6pm and 7:30pm with no set times for activities, so you can arrive anytime from 6pm and explore, then leave before 7:30pm, giving you a bit of flexibility for dropping off and collecting.
Read more about this event by heading to the Twilight at the Museum page.
To book your group onto this event or for further information, please contact the Learning Officer, Katherine Bell – Katherine.email@example.com
Does your group meet on a different night? You can gather together with another group and book your own date; you just need a minimum of 30 children to book on to your own selected date.