Start: 4th April 2020
10:00 am
End: 20th June 2020
4:00 pm

Event Venue

Hereford Museum & Art Gallery, Broad Street, Hereford HR4 9AU

GPS: 52.05475819999999, -2.7175044

Ice Age Herefordshire, curated by Herefordshire Museum Service from April 4 – June 20 at Hereford Museum & Art Gallery.

Open Tuesday – Saturday 10am-4pm

Can you imagine mammoths roaming Herefordshire? Or a landscape on the edge of a massive ice sheet? How long did the Ice Age last and did people live here? Come and find the answers, discover the stories about King Arthur’s Cave and meet a life size mammoth model. Plenty for the family to explore including a child friendly science lab, making a cave painting, dressing up as wolf or reindeer, and helping to create a baby woolly mammoth!

An exhibition developed by Worcester Museums has been recreated here with a Herefordshire focus. It features the bones of extinct animals, animals that survived the Pleistocene Ice Age, and artefacts made by early humans. It outlines the geology and landscape of Ice Age Herefordshire and beyond, including investigating the remains of Herefordshire’s Ice Age Ponds. Artwork created by students at Hereford College of Arts brings things up to date with their exploration of the meaning and effect of modern day Climate Change.

Suggested donations of £2.50


Fees & Tickets
Suggested donations of £2.50


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