Coronavirus update

 

Following careful consideration of current medical advice and our duty of care, we have decided to postpone our events in March. We will keep providing updates on these and other upcoming events here and across our social media channels. In the meantime, please do explore our huge range of archaeology freely available to the public on our website, YouTube channel, Flickr, SketchFab gallery and social media channels.

Tour and Tea Head Office

Tour & Tea at Wessex Archaeology HQ


Join us at our HQ for a behind the scenes tour to gain an insight into who we are and what we do!

About this Event
No tour is the same; depending on what we're up to you might see artefacts being cleaned and processed, 3D prints and modelling, environmental sampling, marine artefact conservation and much more. You'll be able to talk to our team about the exciting things that they're working on.
After the tour, there will be a chance to relax and chat over a cup of tea and slice of cake - with experts on hand to answer any questions.

Tours take place at Wessex Archaeology HQ:
Portway House, Old Sarum Park, Salisbury SP4 6EB

There is parking on site and excess parking at Old Sarum Airfield.
Please wear appropriate footwear. Unfortunately, the tour may not be suitable for those with limited mobility, please contact us with any special requirements.

Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.
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Evening Lecture at Wessex Archaeology

Evening lecture from our experts


Join us for an evening lecture from one of our experts, looking at fascinating projects and their specialist areas of interest.

About this Event
From April to May, Wessex Archaeology is offering a series of lectures by our own expert staff, speaking on the latest archaeological research and discoveries.

Wednesday 8 April - 'Wonderful Things': The Archaeology of the Army Basing Programme in the Stonehenge landscape
Si Cleggett, (BSc (Hons) Conservation Sciences, focus on Prehistory and funerary landscapes)

Wednesday 22 April - Archaeology and Folklore
Alex Godden (BA in Archaeological Practice, Masters in Local & Regional History and Archaeology, University Of Winchester)

Wednesday 6 May - Theme TBC
Gareth Chaffey
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