Who were the Anglo-Saxons?

* Available to book from April 2020 *

 

Suitable for KS2

Ipswich was one of Britain’s most important port towns in the Anglo-Saxon period, and the Museum has remarkable Anglo-Saxon objects. This is your chance to explore them, handle real Anglo-Saxon finds, discover where the Anglo-Saxons came from, and find out more about their way of life…

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Activities include:

  • Handling genuine Anglo-Saxon objects
  • Exploring a gallery trail
  • Creating an Anglo-Saxon pot

Minimum charge may apply. Prices are valid until 31st March 2020.

Minimum and maximum group sizes: 20 to 60 pupils.

Adult:Pupil Ratio: 1:6

Duration: 240 minutes, 10am-2pm with lunch break

Ipswich Museum

Full Day Session

£4.70 per child (Non-Borough School)
£4.20 per child (Ipswich Borough School)

All school, nursery and group visits must be booked in advance.

We are now invoicing all school groups for their visits. Invoices will follow approximately 10 working days from the date of your trip. The number of children indicated on the booking form is an approximate. You will only be charged for the number of children who actually visit on the day.

To enquire about a visit or to make a booking please contact us.

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