Salisbury Museum offers a varied Learning programme aimed at schools, colleges, universities, and community groups. For Wiltshire Council maintained schools and academies there is FREE ENTRY to the museum for self-guided visits.
Our museum’s range of facilitated sessions available for primary schools is as follows:
- The Amesbury Archer
- Temporary Exhibition related sessions (see ‘What’s On’)
- Medieval Salisbury
- The Normans – Building Old Sarum
- Pottery – Archaeology and Art
- Surviving the Stone Age
- World at War
Sessions can be adapted to all Key Stages and abilities. We welcome SEN enquiries, community groups and other organisations.
The museum’s collections support a wide range of subjects. It is worth asking if you have a topic which you think we may be able to assist with.
All finds from the 20th century excavations at Stonehenge and the surrounding area are held at Salisbury Museum.
Other highlights include:
- • Bronze Age & Beaker burial finds
- • Roman and Anglo-Saxon finds
- • Old Sarum excavation finds
- • Artefacts from the city in Medieval & Tudor times
Our facilitated sessions are hands-on, promoting learning through enquiry.
For GCSE, A-Level and other post-16 students our collections support a wide range of study areas — Archaeology, Art (painting, ceramics & textiles), History of Art, Leisure & Tourism and Heritage Studies.
Contact the museum's Learning and Outreach Officer email@example.com