University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Exploring the Past


Date
Friday 14 September 2018
Time
1:00PM - 3:30PM
Location
Penn Museum
Category

Boys with clay object

What is Archaeology and why is it important? Artifacts from the past can tells us the unwritten stories of ancient people. Preserving and conserving these artifacts is crucial to the research and studying archaeologists do to discover details of the past. Hear from Museum experts, explore the galleries, and discover history through hands-on workshops!

Please note: This event is designed for high school age students. One parent per family can visit the Museum with their student for free to explore the galleries. However, only high school age students may participate in the program activities.

Admission and Program costs: $15 per child/adult. One adult per family is free.

Advance reservations are required; call 215.746.6774 for more information.

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