Bring the Iron Age to life with a visit to Danebury hill fort. We have costumes and artefacts, can recreate the footprint of a roundhouse and storm the gates. Alternatively discover the creepy-crawlies living in the area of special scientific interest, come for a spider safari or conduct a minibeast survey.
We recommend a half day session at the hill fort is linked to a visit to the Museum of the Iron Age, Andover which houses the artefacts excavated from the hill fort. Alternatively a whole day session at Danebury could be run jointly by the Countryside Service and the Museum of the Iron Age, Andover tel 01264 366283.
It is possible to take a class on a self guided visit to Danebury by using the downloadable teacher background notes, self guided activities and/or the Activity Boxes. The boxes can be borrowed from the Museum of the Iron Age in Andover.
We encourage schools to come out to our sites to experience nature and the local environment first hand, however in exceptional circumstances we will consider travelling to schools.
These activities can be adapted to suit your needs and relate to the National Curriculum.
School groups can do self guided at Danebury by downloading the activity sheets and/or borrowing the Activity Boxes from the Museum. The boxes can be borrowed free of charge but must be done by prior arrangement with the Museum (01264 366283). The Museum is open for collecting and returning the Activity Boxes between 10am – 5pm from Tuesday – Friday
A Ranger led 1.5 hour session costs £2 per student with a minimum charge of £30.
Maximum 30 students per session
We always recommend a short pre-visit to finalise arrangements
To enquire about activities, arrange a pre-visit or book a session please email CentralSitesEducation@hants.gov.uk
Download Booking form (11kb pdf)