We have two dedicated workshops at DIG for older learners, looking into the exciting field of archaeology.
People, Place and the Past – Changing Urban Landscapes
Using the Hungate area of York as a case study, this workshop explores ways of investigating and interpreting past and present societies within a changing urban landscape over 2000 years, from the Romans to 21st Century urban redevelopment.
Improving Living Conditions in 19th and 20th Century York
Using archaeological and historical evidence from the Hungate archaeological excavations, this workshop explores the important role played by York in the improvement of the lives and living conditions of working people in the British Isles.
These workshops last approximately 1 hour.
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For more information about any of these topics, or to book a session for your group, please call our Reservations team on 01904 615505 or contact us direct here.
Please note: Due to an increase in demand we are recommending booking your visit at least six weeks in advance to guarantee the perfect experience for your school. For more information please visit the updated school visit booking process page.