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The National Trust site of Runnymede and Ankerwycke is best known as where King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215, but it is also home of a 2,5000 year old Yew tree and a large nunnery built during the 12th century. Join archaeologists to find out more about this exciting site and how we will be using archaeology to uncover the mysteries of the past.

This session will be led by the Community Archaeologist from Surrey County Archaeology Unit. Come with your questions!

Young Archaeology Club (YAC) is a group for 8–16-year-olds to learn and get hands-on with the past. We have talks, activities and crafts about different aspects of the past and how we find out about it.

BOOKING ESSENTIAL Online: by phone or in person during museum opening times. £5 per child per session (£4.50 for Friends of the Museum Family Membership)

Session times: 11-12:30 or 2-3:30

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Chertsey Museum

The Cedars, 33 Windsor Street, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 8AT

01932 565764


Opening times

Our normal opening hours are:

Tuesday to Friday 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Saturday 11am to 4pm

Please note from 5 November 2020 to 2 December 2020 we will be closed to the public.

Entry is free-flow, not by timed ticket.

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