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Stonehenge tearoom archaeological workshop

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Time: 9.30am - 5.00pm
Venue: Stonehenge
Price: £300

Stonehenge tearoom archaeological workshop

Taught by experienced field archaeologists, experts in aerial archaeology and architectural historians, this summer training dig offers a unique insight into the world famous landscape of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site.

Excavation focuses on the 1920's tearoom at Stonehenge and the project offers special training on the history of early twentieth century buildings and the use of aerial photographs to investigate archaeological landscapes.

Students will be given the exciting opportunity to work on an active project whilst being taught in all the key practical archaeological skills.

"Sconehenge" is developed in partnership with The Twentieth Century Society and English Heritage.

There will be a guided tour of Stonehenge with archaeologists and experts in the Stonehenge landscape and its history.

Free entry to the visitor centre and access to the central horseshoe of trilithons at Stonehenge is included. Course delegates will also receive an excavation training manual and an aerial archaeology training manual to accompany the course.

Accommodation is not included, but is available at the Woodbridge Inn campsite, Wiltshire.

Booking is essential to attend this event.

For further information about this event:

Contact: Nina Hunt
Tel: 020 8417 4066


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