Tudors land and sea NEW (KS2)
Interactive dual site sessionKey Stages
Museum of London Docklands
Experience 16th century life on this exciting dual-site day. Come to the Museum of London Docklands and meet Annie, a servant in one of the great houses on London Bridge, to find out about life in Tudor London through dance, role-play and story. The other half of the day will be spent on The Golden Hinde Living History Museum, learning about life at sea under Francis Drake. Guided by one of Drake's crew members, students will find out about ship's punishments, healthcare and Drake's voyage around the world and much more. Hands-on elements include raising the anchor and gun drill.
Group Size: 35Other information:
Please note this is a charged-for session. Cost: £6 per student for The Golden Hinde visit. 1 adult free per 6 childrenDuration:
60 minute session plus 45 minutes self-directed gallery visit.
How to book:
To book, please call the Box Office on 020 7001 9844. We take bookings for the autumn term from July and request that schools initially only book 1 free session per class per term. Booking for the spring and summer terms opens on 3 September.
A lunch time will be automatically allocated to you when you book a session/study day. Please be aware that you are booking a packaged day, including a timetable for your session, self-directed gallery time, and lunch tables for your group.
Dates and times
Times (arrival & departure): 10am-2.15pm, 10.30-2.45pm
Travel between sites can be undertaken by the Jubilee line or the DLR and takes approximately 35 minutes.
Dates: 28 January 2013,
15 May 2013
Dates struck through are now fully booked - Please call the Box Office on 020 7001 9844 to book remaining available dates.
Supporting printable resources:
Download the 'Tudor's Land and Sea' teacher pack (PDF, 592KB)
Download the Tudor gallery activities (Word, 1,633KB)
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