Fulham Palace Launches Young Archaeologists' Club

With six fascinating lessons lined up from February

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Do you have a budding archaeologist aged between eight and 16 in the house?

Fulham Palace is launched a Young Archaeologist club which six fascinating sessions lined up from February through till summer, with the first session answering the question - What is an Archaeologist?

Meeting monthly on Saturday mornings, the club will explore the fascinating world of archaeology through practical hands on sessions with real archaeologists.

Kids will have the chance to dig, sieve, measure and record your finds  learning about ancient civilisations such as the Romans, Vikings and Stone Age. There will be a huge range of sessions on offer, everything from dendrochronology to investigating historic buildings, making traditional crafts to exploring the local Thames foreshore. 


The six sessions taking place are:

21st Feb: What is an Archaeologist?

21st March: Where are we? Archaeology at Fulham Palace

18th April: Trip to the Thames: Exploring the local foreshore

23rd May:  Finds from the Foreshore

20th June: Being a Roman

18th July: Trees as Archaeology

Tickets cost £15 per child for single sessions.
Booking essential, click here to book.
£60 per child for booking all six sessions (£15 savings), click here to book.

Bursary places are available, contact the palace's Learning Department on 020 7751 2432 or education@fulhampalace.org.

January 30, 2015