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Dorset County Museum Jun 17
History was brought to life . Reenactor from Cohors I Durotrigum took visitors back in time to Roman ‘’ in a set of live historic demonstrations. You will be able to 🏛️ again on Sat 23rd & Sun 24th June 2018.
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Dorset County Museum Jun 13
As part of the 'Festival of Discovery', starting on Sat 16 June to Sun 24 June, all entry to the will be FREE. During the weekends of the festival, visitors will be met by a Roman Soldier and transported back in time to 43AD
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Wiltshire Museum Jun 12
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Dorset County Museum Jun 4
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Shire Hall Historic Courthouse Museum Jun 4
The Saturday just gone would have been ’s 178th birthday! the English novelist and poet served as a magistrate at from 1884 – 1919! … via
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Dorset County Museum May 31
Celebrating all things - Today 1st June is St Wite's Day. or St Candida was a Saxon woman killed by invading Danes. Her shrine can be seen in the church at , West Dorset - …/saint-wite-of-w…/
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Durotriges Project May 30
Bulbury Camp on 3km NW of Poole Harbour , this plough-damaged univallate enclosure is famous for an early anchor found here in 1881 . Ritual deposit, trade item or just a (very) lost ship?
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Dorset County Museum May 30
Tomorrow at at 7pm Come and join us as 's Helen Angear opens the envelopes of some of ’s most interesting fan letters and examines how the writer was perceived by his readers. To book your tickets -
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Birmingham Museums May 28
You have to look up to Dippy! I'm surprised he hasn't got big headed... oh wait, maybe he has! We're open today and you can see every day until 9th Sept! See our FAQs for more info about visiting:
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Wessex Museums May 25
Today, 25 May is ! Also known for the feast day of Saint Aldhelm considered the patron saint of . To celebrate all things visit our partner museums today and look out for our spotlight loans
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NaturalHistoryMuseum May 24
Introducing Dippy’s ! Our new app encourages kids and their favourite grown-ups to head outdoors and learn fun facts about UK wildlife. Find out more:
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Birmingham Museums May 22
What exactly did Dippy get up to in ? All I can say is he's a bit sandy! 😎 🌞🏖️ If you would love cuddly Dippy you can buy one once Dippy on Tour opens on Saturday!
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Dorset County Museum May 21
21st May 1935, the funeral of T. E. Lawrence was held at the Church of St Nicholas and St Magnus, ,
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Hardy Country May 19
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Hardy Country May 19
Article: Echo - Brough and ready: classic bikes at Lawrence's home
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Dorset County Museum 18 May 16
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Dorset County Museum May 18
Happy ! Today is all about raising awareness of the importance of museums and the cultural exchange they encourage. Museums provide an enrichment of cultures, a development of mutual understanding, cooperation and peace among communities.
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Luke Dady May 18
If you're in on , why not start with , wander down to , and then finish with ? If you're really into your history, you could even start with ...
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Pliosaurus kevani May 16
One of our are missing!! 🙂 has left and is on his was for his holiday ....safe trip 🦕
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Dorset County Museum May 14
Article: Echo - More than 153,000 visitors in just three months - , we will miss you - 🦕
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