The National Trust – Archaeology in Kent Talk
July 16 @ 2:30 pm| £4.40
2.30pm (doors open at 2.15pm)
£4.40 per person
The National Trust cares for properties spanning a great time depth in Kent; from prehistoric burial places and forts, medieval castles and timber-framed houses, to the world war heritage of Hellfire Corner. This talk will discuss some of the archaeological discoveries and research on our collections, and at our places in south-east England by staff, volunteers and academic specialists.
Part of the National Festival of Archaeology celebrations.
Location Located in the historic house
Accessibility This event is located in the historic house which is wheelchair accessible. Please be advised that the lift upstairs will only accommodate 1 manual wheelchair user and 1 standing person only as weight restrictions apply. Please follow this link for more information on mobility access to the site https://www.hallplace.org.uk/accessibility/
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