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Festival of Archaeology 2024

Saturday, July 27, 2024 

to Sunday, July 28, 2024

Are you ready? This year’s festival is all set to be bigger than we’ve had for years!

A packed showground with more on show than ever before goes alongside a demonstration marquee and talks in the museum’s new hall. All this in a newly refurbished museum with 3 new galleries and café!

Some of the things you will find at the festival…

Companions of the Long Bow ~ Council for British Archaeology ~ Wessex Archaeology ~ Ancient Wessex Network ~ Young Archaeology Club ~ Salisbury Cathedral Education ~Phil Harding flint demonstration ~ Cotswold Archaeology ~ Stonehenge Avebury World heritage Site ~ Cerne Abbas talk ~ Wiltshire Museum ~ Emily Askew, Musician ~ Architectural Restoration Talk ~  Environmental Archaeology ~ Georgian Surgeon ~ Strange old Things Mobile Museum ~ New Forest Guild of Weavers Spinners and Dyers  ~ English Heritage Stonehenge ~ College of Chivalry ~ Real Ale Bar ~ Museum Café ~ Portable Antiquity Scheme ~Maerefolk, Musicians ~  Avon Valley Archaeological Society ~ Family Art Room ~ Lace Making ~ Friends of Clarendon Palace ~ Damian Clarke, Historic Musician…

Check back for more confirmations.

Suitable for all ages. Bring your children, bring your grandparents, bring your dog on a lead!

10am – 5pm Saturday


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