Lichfield Museum is the perfect venue to delve into our city’s rich history.
We have a full educational programme for visiting groups to enjoy, including workshops designed to bring to life the rich history of Lichfield, from Roman times to the present day. Visits are organised to engage pupils and meet curriculum goals. Each study package is tailored to the requirements of each individual school.
Group activities are organised and led by the Museum’s teaching staff, focusing on:
- Tudor Lichfield
- The Civil War in Lichfield – An interactive experience
- The Civil War in Lichfield – Workshops, audio visual and outdoor trail
- Victorian Census 1841-1891
- The Story of St Chad & Anglo Saxon manuscripts
- Time Travellers
- The Home Guard in the Second World War
- Titanic & Captain Smith
We provide evidence based learning using:
- Documents – looking at original documents to find evidence about the past, writing with a quill or pen.
- Information gathering – from the exhibition.
- Artefact collections – handling artefacts from the study period.
- Guided outdoor trails – to find where the historical events took place.
- Case studies – of local people and events.
- Audio visual presentations.
- Buildings – study the methods and materials used in the buildings of Lichfield city centre from Tudor timber framed to present day.
Half day – £2.50 per child
Full day – £3.50 per child
Accompanying adults free
Preliminary visits by teachers are welcomed. Just contact us on 01543 256611 and we will ensure you are provided with all the information you require.
Or, complete our booking form and we will send an information pack to you.