Corinium Museum

Cprinimum Museum,  © Brian Robert Marshall, <a href='http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Roman_Garden_%282%29_Corinium_Museum,_Cirencester_-_geograph.org.uk_-_1140308.jpg'target='_new'>Wikimedia Commons</a>

Set in the heart of Roman Britain's second city (present-day Cirencester), the multi-award winning Corinium Museum provides a hands-on, multi-sensory journey into the life of a Roman. Children can explore Roman gardens, look at Roman artefacts, examine the mosaics and look into a Roman Town House.

Learning Workshops include:
Everyday Life of the Romans (years 3/4)
- Look at real tesserae and recreate geometric patterns.
- Find out what the Romans ate and how they prepared their food.
- Dress up as a Roman and look at real jewellery.
- Play some real Roman games.

Through the Roman Keyhole (years 5/6)
- Examine real and replica Roman building materials, drawings and photographs.
- Examine who might have lived in the house through replica Roman objects.

For more information and to book please contact: museums@cotswold.gov.uk Or call 01285 655 611


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