Acton Court

A beautifully conserved Tudor House built by Nicholas Poyntz for the pleasure of Henry VIII, at Iron Acton, Bristol.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home, Architecture centre

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Archaeology fun day at Museum in the Park, Stroud

  • 24 July 2015 11am-3pm

Try your hand at excavation in our mini digs, learn all about stratigraphy and identifying and sorting your archaeological finds. Plus a special archaeology themed mini-display in the museum.

Website

http://www.archaeologyfestival.org.uk/events/1620

Acton Court Archaeology Tour

  • 25 July 2015 7-9pm

Rob Bell, the archaeologist who directed the excavation works at Acton Court, will conduct an evening tour of the house and grounds, focusing on the archaeology and the study of the standing building. Rob is co-author of the English Heritage monograph on the Evolution of Acton Court.

Admission

£8 (£6 concessions)

Website

http://www.archaeologyfestival.org.uk/events/1706

Acton Court
Latteridge Road
Iron Acton
Bristol
City of Bristol
BS37 9TL
England

Website

www.actoncourt.com

Telephone

01454 228 224

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