Workshop

Archaeology and History Club

27 April - 30 November 2024
1- 3 pm
£5

North Lincolnshire Museum is inviting budding historians and archaeologists (aged 8-12 years old) to join our Archaeology and History Club.

North Lincolnshire Museum is inviting budding historians and archaeologists (aged 8-12 years old) to join our Archaeology and History Club.

Children will explore the world of archaeology, develop their understanding of local history, learn new skills and get hands on with artefacts.

Sessions will be led by an experienced member of our learning team and will be held once a month on a Saturday between 1pm and 3pm, at the museum.

Sessions must be booked online and the attendance agreement must be completed and returned to the team before their first session.

  • 27 April - Beneath our Feet

Field recording on the museum grounds.

  • 18 May - Archaeology vs Palaeontology

Exploring fossil collections and planning a mini-exhibition.

  • 29 June - Exhibition Design

Creating a mini-exhibition for the museum’s Living History Day.

  • 31 August -Monumental

Exploring monuments and memorials surrounding the museum.

  • 28 September - One man’s Rubbish

Using detective skills to find out what rubbish can tell us about the past.

  • 26 October - Take cover

Finding out about the Home Front in Scunthorpe and making an Anderson Shelter.

  • 30 November - Festive traditions

Exploring winter and Christmas traditions throughout history and creating a rag wreath.

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How to get there

The North Lincolnshire Museum

Oswald Road, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, DN15 7BD
01724 297055

Free to all

Opening times

Mon – Sat , 10am –​ 4pm
Sun, 1pm –​ 4pm

Exclusions and safety measures

We have maintained the usual Covid 19 precautions.

There are layouts which encourage social distancing, hand sanitiser is availbe at the entrance and in the vuene.

All staff wear a face covering, and in line with government guideance, customers are enocuraged to wear a face covering in enclosed spaces and where people are, they don't usually meet.

We have extra doors and windows open for ventilation.

There is a one way system in place, but to allow access for visitors who may need to use the lift for mobility issues, or those with very young children in prams, you may have to give way to those customers who will being going against the one way system.

Refurbishments

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