Learning at Canterbury Roman Museum

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About

Booking a School’s Workshop with us gives your pupils the unique opportunity to learn alongside a broad collection of inspirational Roman objects, all housed within an original Roman townhouse.

We believe in learning through play and our activities are designed to stimulate curiosity, collaboration and creativity. Through handling real artefacts and investigating our collections your class or group can develop a range of enquiry-based learning skills.

Our dedicated Learning team will work with you to ensure you get the most from your visit, so whether you are investigating Roman technology, exploring Roman mosaics, or looking to discover more about Roman everyday life we have a workshop to suit your needs.

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School Workshops

Roman Mosaic Makers

Facilitated Workshops
Come and take part in our fun hands-on mosaic making workshop. Take a journey around the Roman... Read more

Roman Museum Highlights Tour

Facilitated Workshops
One of our Tour Guides will show you around to explore some key objects at the Roman Museum, plus... Read more

World War Two workshop

Facilitated Workshops
Join the war effort and learn about the experiences of children and the Home Front in Canterbury... Read more

Meet the Archaeology

Facilitated Workshops
Explore a real excavation site to discover what archaeology can tell us about life in the past!... Read more

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Learn Online

Whether you’re a teacher, student or parent, at home or at school, discover how you can creatively learn about an array of topics with our virtual activities.

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Health and Wellbeing

Health and Wellbeing

Health & Wellbeing is at the heart of what we do and we are in a unique position to support your school’s pandemic recovery curriculum. Interacting and socialising in an inspiring environment can help to boost confidence and participating in calming, focused activities can help to reduce levels of anxiety. Groups will reflect on what they have learned as well as how their experience makes them feel.

Canterbury Roman Museum mosaic floor

Immerse yourself in over 2,000 years of history