Secrets of the Museum: Gloucestershire in 10 Objects

Thursday 25 July, 6.30pm

Meet the Museum of Gloucester’s Head Curator, Lizzie Johansson-Hartley, whilst learning about 10 fascinating, weird and wonderful items found across the City of Gloucester and surrounding area. Take this opportunity to handle replicas of these rare and interesting items, and find out more about how you can help the Museum with their upcoming public archaeology project.

Doors: 6.15pm
Show starts: 6.45pm
Show running time: 1 hour

Tickets: £5
Young Person Concession Ticket: £4

This event is part of the Gloucester Festival of Archaeology, which is Gloucester's contribution to the Council for British Archaeology's national Festival of Archaeology. The Festival is organised by Gloucester Civic Trust and Gloucester Cathedral in partnership with several organisations and Heritage venues in Gloucester. For more information about Archaeological events in July please see their website:

For more information about Archaeological events across the city, region and nation please see: Festival event listing Council for British Archaeology (

July 25, 2024
Opening times
Thursday 25 July 6.30pm
Chapter House 12 College GreenGloucesterGL1 2LX
Adult £5 Child £4
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