24 . 08 . 2015Read More
This summer, Allied and German trench systems from the First World War will be built in Pollok Country Park to […]
21 . 08 . 2015Read More
JORVIK Viking Centre has welcomed its 18 millionth visitor through its doors.
11 . 08 . 2015Read More
“Décapitation” by Femme No. 5 – New perfume inspired by historic queen unveiled in York
06 . 07 . 2015Read More
Watch as the skeleton of a warrior from the Middle Ages is installed in minutes at the Richard III Experience, thanks to a time-lapse video.
19 . 06 . 2015Read More
Nottingham Castle will be the scene of a major archaeological dig this summer. Professional archaeologists from Trent & Peak Archaeology and from York Archaeological Trust, working in partnership with Nottingham City Council and Historic England, will be on site to excavate an area in the Outer Bailey, near the bandstand and close to the curtain wall overlooking Castle Road. This area has not been excavated before. The dig will run from 13 July to 14 August.
05 . 06 . 2015Read More
Amateur history buffs are in for a treat as York Archaeological Trust (YAT), the owners of the famous JORVIK Viking […]
04 . 06 . 2015
Release of Full Symposium Programme Announces Insight Into Lives of Women in the Early Medieval PeriodRead More
The full list of speakers for the 2015 Richard Hall Symposium has been announced, with new research and discussions concerning […]