We have received a very large number of requests from schools and groups to visit either Bristol Museum & Art Gallery or M Shed during Terms 1 and 2. We are dealing with these as quickly as possible, however, due to very limited capacity because of the on-going pandemic, we may not be able to offer everyone a visit slot.
We will send instructions for your visit and a Covid-19 Risk Assessment with your booking confirmation – please read all of this carefully and make sure everyone in your group is aware of the safety information.
ALL groups of 10 or more need to book a visit to our museums in advance through the Learning team. Please DO NOT try and book groups through the general visitor online tickets, as these will be cancelled. Do remember to bring a copy of your booking confirmation with you when you visit.
We’re sorry if you can’t visit us in person due to our reduced capacity, so why not sign-up for one of our FREE school webinars? If your topics this term include ancient Egypt, Stone Age to Iron Age or ancient Greeks, and you haven’t been able to book a workshop, we will try to arrange a webinar for you instead.
29 September – Sounds and sights of the Bristol Blitz
13 October – Predators and Prey
20 October – Brilliant Bristolians
5 November – Art and Architecture in Ancient Benin
17 November – Brilliant Bristol Women
We regret that, at the moment, we are unable to offer webinars for home educating families during Terms 1 and 2. Please don’t book a place on a school webinar, as you will not receive a link to join it. We’ll try and and resume the webinars for you as quickly as we can.
Bristol and Transatlantic Slavery: origins, impact and legacy
We’ve worked with local secondary History teachers to produce a new book suitable for KS3+.Transatlantic slavery is a key part of Britain’s history. The impact it had on the country can still be seen today, but it also had profound global effects. This book tells a wider and deeper version of transatlantic slavery: how it started, the changes it brought and its legacy, in Britain, Africa and the Caribbean. Although it has a particular focus on Bristol, this book is filled with the stories of people involved in transatlantic slavery from all over the world. It is ideal for use in the classroom or for anybody who is interested in knowing more about this fascinating and important topic.
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With thanks to our Education Sponsor: Clifton College.