Gloucester Cathedral's archaeology finds roadshow and sandpit dig
South West | Gloucestershire
Sat 22nd Jul 2017
Periods: Saxons and Vikings, Tudors and Stuarts, 20th and 21st Century, Romans, Medieval, Georgians and Victorians
Hands-on activityFinds identification or archaeological skillsFamily fun

Kurt Adams from the Portable Antiquities Scheme joins us to celebrate the British Festival of Archaeology with an archaeology finds roadshow. Bring your own finds for identification, handle genuine and replica finds from the region plus have a go at our children's activities including a sandpit dig!

Event details

Organiser: Portable Antiquities Scheme
Booking details: You do not need to book this event
Fee details: This event is free to attend

Dates and times

Sat 22nd Jul 2017 11:00-16:00

Venues and locations

Gloucester Cathedral,
College Green,
GL1 2LX


Tel: 01452 229838
Email: helen.jeffrey@gloucestercathedral.org.uk
Directions: Visitor parking is restricted to blue badge holders only. We encourage visitors to travel by public transport or to park in one of the many local car parks within walking distance to the Cathedral. For more details please see our website: http://www.gloucestercathedral.org.uk/visit/plan-your-visit/find-us/

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