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Maritime Archaelogy

a history excursion run by Maritime museum aimed at high school, but accessible to stage 2-3 also

  • Starts Mar 15
  • 25 Australian dollars
  • Australian National Maritime Museum

Available spots

Service Description

Maritime Archaelogy- a hands on worksjop related to ship wreck material, followed by a on board tour (self-guided visit of HMAS Vampire Ship) and Museum galleries. - Archaelogy Workshop - 15th March - 10:30 for morning tea and group meet - Group entry at 11am (11am-12:30 Archaeology program 12:30-1 pm lunch 12:30-2 pm self-guided tour through galleries and HMAS Vampire 2 pm departure) - $20 per child limited to 13 spots only NOTE: Donna is 1 Teacher supervisor. Parents attending will need to also book a ticket for workshop and HMAS Ship visit, OR wait outside, or members get free entry to general museum gallery ) Bring: morning tea/water/lunch, camera, "In this workshop students will become maritime archaeologists as they observe, record and analyse replica objects from a variety of ancient and modern maritime archaeology sites. They will learn about migration, trade, war, and use objects to offer their own perspectives on the lives of people from the past. Arriving by train may easiest to save on parking. "Located in Darling Harbour, next to Pyrmont Bridge, close to Sydney’s CBD. Get here by train, tram, bus or ferry, or park nearby" More information here:

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

Please read our cancellation policy on our site for all terms and conditions.

Contact Details

+61 (411) 311-451

Kurrajong NSW, Australia

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