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.

Dig In - Community Cafe Salisbury CAKE!

Dig In - Community Cafe Salisbury

Dig In is a monthly wellbeing café hosted by Wessex Archaeology at Salisbury Arts Centre.

Each month there will be a short 15-minute talk from one of the experts from Wessex Archaeology. This will be followed by an opportunity to ask questions. Then it’s time for a chat over tea, coffee and cake, which you can purchase from the Arts Centre café.

Dig In is open to everyone and is an opportunity to meet new people and to socialise. You do not have to have a special interest in heritage to attend.

Dig In will run from 10:30am – 12pm on:
Wednesday 24th November 2021
Wednesday 15th December 2021

Dig In is free to attend and will take place at Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, Salisbury, SP1 3UT

If you would like to know more, contact Leigh Chalmers, Heritage Inclusion Development Specialist at WA on or call on 07874 886903
Webinars from Wessex Archaeology

The Centre For Experimental Military Archaeology: An exploration of defensive structures from Roman invasion to the Cold War

Webinar by Andy Robertshaw
Wednesday 8 December

This webinar will explore the Centre For Experimental Military Archaeology.

Why build replica trenches on a ridge in Kent? What is the purpose of the project? How does archaeology and the big screen inform the project and how has Andy Robertshaw become 'The Trench Detective'?

You will be able to pose your own questions to Andy during the webinar.
To book you space
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