Have you ever dreamt of exploring the Ancient Egyptian tomb of Tutankhamun? Or wondered what your name would have been if you were a Viking? Perhaps, you’ve even imagined what life would be like as a Roman Soldier?

Join us to discover all of this and more on an exciting adventure through time!

Meet the Masters of Time Travel in the Departure Lounge (Storyhouse Foyer) at your selected time, and collect your exclusive Time Travel Passport. Be prepared for a daring adventure!

You’ll then journey from fierce Viking England to the grisly Victorian era, collecting stamps in your passport for each of the exciting adventures and activities you embark on along the way.

Book your time slot, either 4.45pm or 6pm (no booking is necessary for accompanying adults).

Historical Fancy Dress is more than welcome!

Everyone welcome! Ideal for ages 4-11.

Approximate running time: 60 minutes for each slot.

Please note: there may be photography and/or filming of this event by Storyhouse.

This event will be run by Storyhouse’s Young Leaders. Find out more about Young Leaders here.




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