The Museum is delighted to announce that it will be launcing a new Young Archaeologist’s Club on 28th January 2017.
The club will provide an opportunity for children to have fun finding out about their local history and archaeology, meeting real archaeologists and craftspeople, developing new skills and making new friends in the process.
Over the year we will be exploring everything from Prehistory to the Romans, Anglo Saxons to life as an Archaeologist. Club members will take part in craft activities, archaeological digs and trips out.
Sessions will take place on the last Saturday of every month. Booking essential for each session, to confirm your place please contact the Museum on 01252 715 094 or email@example.com.
To find out more about YAC visit: www.yac-uk.org/.
20th May • 2.30pm-4pm • £5 per child • for ages 8-13
We will be kicking off this term by exploring all things Anglo Saxon! In this session we will be handling Museum artefacts and making stained glass windows.
24th June • 2.30pm-4pm • £5 per child • for ages 8-13
Join us at the Curtis Museum in Alton to learn more about Anglo Saxon artefacts with the Museum Education team.
29th July • 2.30pm-4pm • £5 per child • for ages 8-13
Time to put your archaeological skills to the test! As part of Finding Farnham, the Museum will be opening up its garden to YAC members so that they can learn the basics of archaeological excavation.