Ancient Greece

How can a museum visit support learning for this topic?

The galleries that link to this topic are:

The Ancient Greece gallery, where you can explore objects from pottery to statues. This gives pupils a glimpse into what life was like in ancient Greece for men and women, soldiers, sailors, poets and athletes, free and enslaved people.

We have workshops (led by museum staff) and bookable resources (to support you during school-led time in the galleries) for this topic. We also have printable activities that you can use in school-led time.

How much will a visit cost?

School-led visits and workshops are free. 

The only activity in the museum that incurs a cost is visiting the planetarium. A planetarium showing for up to 31 people (including supervising adults) is £75.00, with every second showing half-price.

When can we visit, and how do we make a booking enquiry?

If you would like a workshop as part of your day: Mondays and Wednesdays in term-time.

If you don’t want to book a workshop, and want to be self-led in the galleries: We can typically accommodate you on a term-time date of your choice.  Please still book with us so we can organise coat and bag storage, a lunch space, and greeting you on arrival.

To make a booking enquiry, click the link below.

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