At Wessex Archaeology as part of our commitment to public learning we produce exhibition material for many of our more long-term projects. On this web page you can view the display panels from several of our most recent exhibitions.
Beddington (London) A prehistoric landscape and Medieval field systems.
Blenheim (Oxon) Archaeologists trace back 6,000 years of the estate's history.
Bridgwater (Somerset) Excavations have unearthed the history of Bridgwater from its Medieval Franciscan friary, to the seige of the town in the Civil War.
Cambourne (Cambs) Settlement old and new – over 2,000 years.
Dorset Coast Historic Environment Survey Protecting and recording important sites and mapping coastal change.
Fascinating Flint Produced for National Archaeology Day, these posters give an excellent introduction to the history and techniques of flint tool production.
Forbury Gardens (Reading) Learn more about Reading's Medieval Abbey and the Forbury Gardens.
GIS in Archaeology Find out more about the use of Geographical Information Systems within archaeology.
Holywells Park (Suffolk) Archaeologists reveal clues about the park's former glory.
Jewry Street (Hants) Discover the past of numbers 19-20 Jewry Street in the historic core of Winchester.
Lydiard Park (Wilts) A park with a story to tell – Archaeologists help the local community to literally uncover their own local history.
Marine Aggregates Find out how the Aggregate Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF) is allowing archaeologists to learn more about our maritime heritage.
Ramsgate (Kent) – Cliffs End Farm A Bronze Age and Saxon ceremonial landscape.
Testwood Lakes (Hants) Bronze Age boat, bridges and rapier blade discovered during excavation of reservoir and lakes.
Wreck in the Thames Underwater archaeology pieces together the story of the 16th century wreck.