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A Terrible Tour of Moyse’s Hall

A Terrible Tour of Moyse’s Hall
Start Date: 30 July 2020
End Date: 18 September 2020

Moyse’s Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds

A tour inspired by the Museum's work with Horrible Histories author, Terry Deary, and all the grotty stories he created for our collections.

Part of the fun activities the Museum is creating to support your home-learning this summer.

• Smell horrible medieval boils, toilets tanner’s pits and more!

• Handle horrible trade tools, weapons and torture items

• Hear some of the most grotty stories from Bury St Edmunds’ history

• All in a FAMILY FRIENDLY way of course!

Staff in PPE, hand-sanitising points and handling cleaned before the tour. One household or ‘family bubble’ per tour. ‘Behind closed doors’ evening tours available upon request at an increased admission if desired for extra social distancing.

Can be tailored for all ages, including adult.

Want to visit more than one day this summer? A ‘Heritage Ticket’ gets you access to both Moyse’s Hall Museum and West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village for a whole year.

Dates: Every Wednesday and Friday – 29 July-18 September 2020

Times: Slots available at 10.30am-11.45am, 1pm-2.15pm & 2.45pm-4pm

Tickets: Standard admission charges apply - click here for details

Booking: Please call Dan at Moyse's Hall on 01284 757160 to book, or to find out more.

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