This is a series of talks developed around the wider knowledge and varied objects now in the museum’s collections. Originally Malton Museum was an archaeological museum but since the closure and its move to new premises the collection has revealed many new and exciting discoveries of objects held in the stores and never publicly displayed.
To handle and discuss objects linked to the history and development of Malton and Norton gives an opportunity to uncover stories behind these objects.
Who left the footprint?
Who did the pan belong to?
These and other objects form the basis of an hour-long interactive event for adult learners and other groups. They will have the opportunity to handle genuine and replica objects and discover or suggest the special stories these objects tell to different people.
Cost and Additional Information
Cost per session £50 plus travel cost for over 20 miles from Malton.
Group size 15 to 40.
Sessions last between 60 and 75 minutes.