Join DigVentures and unearth archaeology fit for a Queen at Sudeley Castle. There are important historical ruins buried in the grounds of the Castle; ruins that hold clues about Thomas Seymour and his love for Queen Catherine Parr, proof of a temporary palace built for Elizabeth I, traces of the power that upheld the Tudor throne, and evidence for the final destruction of Winchcombe Abbey.
To uncover these stories and create exciting new knowledge about the Tudors, DigVentures is running a two-week public dig. What new secrets will be revealed at Sudeley Castle? Help DigVentures reach their goal, and have the amazing opportunity to join the dig – online, or in Gloucestershire!
The main excavation is suitable for ages 17yrs and upwards, with specific sessions suitable for children. DigCamp (ages 6-12) and DigClub (ages 12-16).
The cost of the excavation depends on the session, with prices ranging from £190 – £1,375.
The details above are provided by the organiser, for more information about the dig, please see the links below.