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Secondary School Visits

 

Canterbury Heritage Museum offers a wide range of self-guided (teacher-led) and interpreter-led visits, resources and outreach activities for Key Stage 3-5 students.

Teachers can use a museum visit as inspiration for subjects across the curriculum, including history, English, English literature, religious studies, art science, maths and design and technology and there are a wide range of creative, interpreter-led activities inspired by the collections.

There is a lunch room and garden fro students to eat packed lunches. 

We run an exciting special events programme for schools.

The learning team are always happy to meet with teachers to discuss and develop new partnership projects and resources.

Self-guided Visits

Explore the museum on an exciting self-guided visit.
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Self-guided visits (using downloadable museum resources)

Christopher Marlowe Immersion Day - broaden your student's familiarity with the life and works of Christopher Marlowe.
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Guided tour and object investigation session

Enjoy an interpreter-led highlights of the Canterbury Heritage Museum, including an objects investigation session.
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Interpreter-led visits

Investigating Chaucer and Christopher Marlowe Immersion Day.
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School and Group Visit Information

Click on the link below to access further information about school and group visits to Canterbury Heritage Museum.

 
 

How to find us

Canterbury Heritage Museum
Stour Street, CT1 2NR

Phone: 01227 475202

Email: museums@canterbury.gov.uk