Who were the Anglo-Saxons and where did they come from? Bristol Museums will bring the Anglo-Saxon roots of Bristol alive in this interactive learning session.
Did you know? Bristol has grown from a market town settlement, known as Brycg stowe (Brigstowe) – a Saxon term meaning ‘place by the bridge.’
Discover Britain’s Anglo-Saxon past and learn about invasions, settlements, village life and kingdoms, with a local history study of Bristol.
- Discover who the Anglo-Saxons were and where they came from
- Examine how different sources of evidence helps us construct the past
- Find out about Anglo-Saxon Bristol
- Handle artefacts linked with Anglo-Saxon people
- Solve puzzles to discover kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon England
- Learn Anglo-Saxon names and words
- Listen to a thrilling tale of warrior battles with mythical beasts
Suitable for: Year 3-6
Duration: 1 hour
Group size: Up to 35 pupils per class
We have sessions available from 10.15am.
Planning on having a picnic as part of your visit? FREE use of our lunch room is included in the cost of your session.
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