Students become curators for the session, sharpening their historical enquiry skills to examine a selection of real Victorian mystery objects and look for clues as to what they might be. Our experienced heritage facilitators will then take them on a tour of Lark Hill Place, our Victorian street, to find out more about their objects, and what life would have been like in Victorian times.
The class will stay together for the session but will be split into smaller groups to look at the objects. The session also includes a visit to our Victorian Street, Lark Hill Place where most of the objects they have been looking at can be found in situ.
By the end of the session learners will:
This session is at Salford Museum and Art Gallery
We can accommodate a maximum of 35 pupils for this session.
Half Day Session
Half day sessions run 10am – 12pm and 1-3pm, with the option to extend your visit by staying for lunch, adding another half-day session at a discounted rate, or doing teacher-led activity in our galleries.
Go to Plan Your Visit for information about prices, payment, parking and everything else you might need.
Please submit your enquiry by emailing the Learning Team at LearningBookings@scll.co.uk
Please include as many details as possible, including:
Once you have booked, we will send you a confirmation letter via email.
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