Hear fascinating tales, in 7-minute bites, from a culture and heritage advisor, a human history museum curator and local archaeologists.
Learn more about some of the artefacts that have recently been unearthed in Christchurch and further afield. And see highlights of the Canterbury Museum’s archaeological collection.
From bones and bricks to shells and ornate smoking pipes, our presenters will reveal what these discoveries tell us about our history.
This FREE indoor event is suitable for all ages. Seats provided. Limited to 70 people. Reservations necessary.
Deaths head skull pipe Christchurch, photo credit Underground Overground Archaeology
Animal foot walking stick c1900 found on main road Christchurch, photo credit: Underground Overground Archaeology
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