Saturday Archaeology Club

DATE

Sat 16 Feb 

TIME

10:30am - 12:30pm

LOCATION

Wrest Park 

SUITABLE FOR

Children

Saturday Archaeology Club, Wrest Park YAC is open to everyone aged 8–16 years. If your child has an interest in archaeology, history, heritage or all three Wrest Park is an amazing place to learn about them. Over ninety acres of grounds, glorious historic buildings and gardens, and the treasure trove that is the region’s Archaeological Collections Store housing over 153,000 historical artefacts mean that our skilled session leaders have a lot of history at their fingertips.

Find out about the past and how we explore and conserve it through hands-on activities, all based here at Wrest Park. The club meets once a month, excluding some holiday periods, and is an affiliated club of the YAC network run by English Heritage staff and volunteers.

 

 

 

 

 

Prices

Type Price
Member (Child) £4
Child, 5-17 years £6

Price Notes

The club is for 8-16year olds only - no parents allowed! £4 per English Heritage/YAC member child and £6 for non member child.

How to book

Places are limited. To book your child's place please call Wrest park reception on 01525 860000.

How to find us

Property: Wrest Park
Address: Silsoe, MK45 4HR
Location: Bedfordshire, East of England

Membership starts from £46

Membership gives you unlimited access to castles and gardens, historic houses and abbeys, and kids go free ...

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