Explore ancient world at Hampshire farm
Experience an educational day surrounded by a real working farm using an open-air research laboratory to explore the ancient world.
Visitors can immerse themselves in learning crafts and techniques our ancestors used to make items which would support us within our homes.
The story of Butser Ancient Farm began in 1970, introduced by the council to create a working ‘ancient farm’ where archaeologists could experiment the theories of how people lived in Iron Age times.
The Butser Ancient farm are running a range of workshops across 2018.
Butser Ancient Farm is an intriguing archaeological site in the UK providing you with dedicated tutors who have a passion for craft.
Sue Webber, workshop co-ordinator at Butser Ancient Farm, says this a good chance for people to learn something new.
She said: “It’s an amazing opportunity to learn about some ancient crafts and techniques in unforgettable surroundings. People come to Butser Ancient Farm from Europe and Australia to learn these special skills.”
Visit the website and read more about the farm at: www.butserancientfarm.co.uk.