About the Festival of Archaeology

Co-ordinated by the Council for British Archaeology, the 2014 Festival offered over 1,000 events nationwide, organised by museums, heritage organisations, national and country parks, universities, local societies, and community archaeologists. We are now getting excited about our 25th anniversary this year!

The 25th Festival of Archaeology will take place between the 11th - 26th July 2015 and registration is now open!

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East Midlands | Lincolnshire
Mon 20th Jul 2015
Deserted medieval villages of the Lincolnshire Wolds
The Lincolnshire Wolds has one of the highest concentrations of deserted medieval villages in the county; many still survive as humps and bumps in the fields, while others are... [Read more]
South West | Isles of Scilly
Sun 19th Jul 2015
Yorkshire and Humberside | West Yorkshire
Sat 25th Jul 2015
East Midlands | Leicestershire
Tue 21st Jul 2015

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