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Exploring archaeological finds
Flexible dates - Get in touch to book
Venue: New Place and Nash's House
Key stage: Key Stage 2
Price : 5.95 per pupil
Experience a live archaeological dig. We shall be offering all schools this rare, if not unique, opportunity to participate in real archaeology. Archaeological experts will be returning for a second year to carry out their excavations on the site of New Place, Shakespeare's final home - and your pupils can be part of it.
April to October - term time only
Maximum capacity per session is 30
includes all equipment needed
"Coming here with two classes has been a fantastic experience as they have got involved in digging up the past. The staff have been brilliant knowing how to keep them busy and engaged" Miss Jones, Teacher from Birmingham
"it was really cool and educational" Pupil from Lichfield