Steeped in more than 2,000 years of history, Gloucester has plenty to inspire budding archaeologists young and old, much of which is hidden underfoot and above the eye-line.
Explore Gloucester’s ‘hidden’ history with lots to see and do, including a 3D archaeology trail as well as free activities at the Museum of Gloucester, St Michael's Tower, St Mary De Crypt and The Folk of Gloucester on Festival Day, which is Saturday 29 July 2023.
There's also the chance to take Eastgate Chamber Tours in Eastgate Street and to get a glimpse of at the Lego Keep Castle, sponsored by Gloucester BID at Folk of Gloucester.
Take part in free BrickBox Stained Glass LEGO® workshops as well as BrickBox drop-in Lego workshops at the Folk of Gloucester.
Marc Waters, event coordinator at The Folk of Gloucester and Trustee of Gloucester Civic Trust, said: 'By building on the previous year’s activities, the Gloucester Festival of Archaeology is bigger and better than before.'
Gloucester Archaeology Festival is organised by Gloucester Civic Trust in partnership with several organisations and heritage venues in Gloucester.