A fascinating day investigating the world of Roman Britain.
The workshops will emphasise the use of archaeological evidence (domestic and personal objects, and architectural remains) to learn about people in the past.

  • Most workshops are also suitable as an informal workshop for families.
  • Formal learning workshops support the History Curriculum.
  • Sun Jester can provide any timetable from a single session to a full day’s programme of activities with extensive cross-curricular links.
  • The sessions have a duration of one hour with a capacity of up to 30 participants dependent on available space. An entire year group can usually be accommodated during a day.
  • The sessions are led by experienced, professional and enthusiastic interpreters (holding Enhanced CRB Disclosure Certificates), offering a full interactive opportunity for all.
roman britain mosaic


Where are mosaics found and what is their significance?
Examine decorative styles and materials
Plan a geometric border design
Make a small mosaic tile

Medicine and Surgery

The science and superstition of Roman healthcare
Utilises an extensive collection of original and reproduction surgical instruments
Investigate the use of herbs and make a herbal bag
Examine the role of Gods and magic in curing disease

Roman Kitchen

Discover what objects can tell us about everyday life in Roman Britain.
Using objects to understand and interpret the lives of real people.
Utilises an extensive handling collection of Roman kitchen and domestic ware
Experience a taste of authentic Roman foods.

roman britain pottery


roman britain art