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Find out how life has changed over time for the residents of Temple Newsam House and discover how the wealthy and the servants lived in this lively interactive workshop.
07 February 2019
This fun interactive session provides a unique opportunity for all to try on replica costume and discover the hidden messages in the material about status, wealth and life in Tudor England.
Step back to Anglo-Saxon times! A fully interactive re-enactment workshop led by a team of costumed education staff.
Go on an adventure through time and discover secret doors, beautiful bedrooms, glorious galleries and hidden rooms.
A two-hour tour of our working farm, during which you can meet some of our traditional and rare-breed animals, learn about the history of this farm and about farming in general.
Make a glittering crown, learn how to move like royalty in the fabulous Picture Gallery and discover the Kings and Queens linked to Temple Newsam by investigating mystery bags, costume and historic rooms.
A hands-on investigation of the wildlife of the natural and man-made habitats around the Temple Newsam estate.
In this fun, creative workshop find out what a portrait is and how the nobility showed off in large scale portraits in the Picture Gallery.
A lovely educational activity for under-5s, bringing the home of the Gruffalo to life as they hear the popular story in an outdoor setting.
Tags: Early Years
Take a magical journey using interactive storytelling, physical theatre and puppets designed to help your class discover the historic surroundings of Temple Newsam House.
Find out how the past is constructed from a range of sources in this imaginative session.
In the early hours of the 10th February 1567, the body of Lord Darnley, husband of Mary Queen of Scots and resident of Temple Newsam House was found in the garden of the Old Provost’s lodge at Kirk o’ Field, Edinburgh.
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