Nature and Archaeology join together for a fun interactive session exploring the things we throw into or dig out of the ground and whether today’s trash is tomorrow’s treasure (or not!). The session will be filled with hands on activities around sustainability, archaeological finds and the natural environment.
Sessions are designed to be active and accessible for a range of ages and abilities, but are generally aimed at Key Stage 2 level. If you would like to let us know about any specific considerations for your children then we would welcome this, just get in touch.
This event will take place out in the open at Ellenborough Park West, the section closest to the seafront, which is now a wellbeing park. You can enter the park via one of the two side gates and head to the museum pop-up tent to sign in.
Tickets need to be purchased for each child attending, but parents/carers do not need to purchase a separate ticket (although they will need to stay with their children during the session).
Tickets cost £5 per child and can be booked via Ticketsource or by popping into or phoning the museum directly.