You can experience 2,000 years of Gainsborough history at an upcoming family event.
On Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th July, Gainsborough Old Hall is hosting Travels Through Time, a fun‐filled family event where you can meet characters from a wide range of historical eras.
Visitors can also get involved with plenty of hands‐on experiences from medieval tile making to a Viking battle to modern‐day forensic archaeology.
Children will be issued with a Time Passport and if they can complete it by visiting all time periods then a prize will await them.
Victoria Mason Hines, Site Co‐ordinator, said: “Travels Through Time will bring 2,000 years of Gainsborough history vividly to life.
“We have a wealth of history in Gainsborough with links to many famous events – it’s time we celebrated those facts.
“You can learn about many different periods of history, in a way that will appeal to children and grown‐ups alike.
“And we’ve a host of characters to meet, from Roman Centurions and battling Vikings to Medieval cooks and Tudor dancers.
“What will you discover?”
The event runs from 11am‐5pm each day.
Children £4.20 (5‐17)
Family Ticket (two adults and up to three children) £18.20 Under 5s FREE
English Heritage members Free
For more on the Old Hall, visit www.gainsborougholdhall.com.