Learning Experiences at Chepstow Museum for KS2
Chepstow Museum is a great place to explore the rich local history of this ancient town and port.
Our Tudor workshop is based upon the remarkable life of Chepstow resident Margaret Cleyton, a wealthy Tudor woman whose legacy can still be seen in the town today.
Using a range of authentic objects and costume, we explore many facets of Tudor life including food, health and hygiene and learning. We also visit Margaret’s tomb in St Mary’s parish church to discover what her monument tells us about her life, as well as taking a walk around Chepstow to reveal its Tudor past.
Servants, School and Shopping
Jumping forward in time, discover what life was life for people in Victorian Chepstow with our Servants, Schools and Shopping workshop.
Explore what life was like for a Victorian servant in Gwy House, Chepstow Museum’s home. Discover what you could buy on the High Street in 19th century Chepstow and experience a Victorian school lesson.
Why not make a day of it?
Combine history with nature! ‘Pick and mix’ from the above menu and our exciting range of environmental learning workshops based at Chepstow Museum.
Click here to view our workshop booking information for teachers.
If you have any questions about learning experiences at Chepstow Museum please contact the learning team on 07929 044653 or 07790 954802 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com