Coronavirus update

Following careful consideration of ongoing medical and government advice and our duty of care, most of our public events are still online. You can discover our upcoming digital and in person events here.

Please also explore the huge range of information, activities and media freely available to the public on our website, YouTube channel, Flickr, SketchFab gallery and social media channels.

We are please to announce that we are now starting to attend event in person, see the video.

Event Archaeology Takeover Day at The Core, Solihull

Archaeology Takeover Day at The Core, Solihull

Saturday 18 September
11am – 3pm
Free, drop-in on the day

Experts from Wessex Archaeology will be taking over The Core’s foyer. Join them to get hands on with artefacts from Warwickshire and beyond. Discover more about what it’s like to be an archaeologist and learn archaeological processes that you could try at home!

There will also be two screenings of a four-part series exploring the recent archaeological excavations at Coleshill; 11.30am and repeated at 2pm (approx. 40 mins). The videos will be introduced by the archaeologists who dug and managed the site for over a year. They will be on hand to answer all your questions after the screening.

Find out more at:
New Scientist Live: Creating a Sustainable Future

New Scientist Live: Creating a Sustainable Future

Saturday 25th September, 10am – 5pm

Join us for an exciting exploration of issues of sustainability in archaeology as part of this year’s New Scientist Live event!

Expert talks and engaging activities will bring the concept of sustainability in archaeology to life, and you’ll find out what we’re doing about it at Wessex Archaeology, meeting members of our team and exploring departments across the company.
Find out more and sign up for your ticket now!
Wessex Archaeology Webinar

Webinars online

If you would like to watch one of our previous webinars visit our YouTube channel.
Webinars on YouTube
Wessex Archaeology online exhibitions

Exhibitions online

We now host several exhibitions online. Learn about our archaeological recording work along the route of HS2, or look through our interactive display created for the Lost and Found museum.
You can access them here