Join the staff at Lynn Museum to explore the changing landscape around Seahenge.
The event will explore the marshland where the timber circle was built 4000 years ago. Archaeologists studying Seahenge have been able to uncover examples the plants and animals of the marshland and some were used in the building of the monument. The event will also explore the Holme Dunes nature reserve, where Seahenge was discovered in 1998, looking at the important habitats its coastal landscape provides.
The evening will consist of a video screening and a Q&A session afterwards.