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Trails & Activities

Trails & Activities

You can download activities and trails to enjoy at home.

For a full programme of our events, please go to the What’s On page.


This silver mount with gold decoration would have been attached to another object via the holes around the edges. Some of the holes were added after part of the edge was damaged so that it could still be used. This re-use suggests the mount was somebody's treasured procession.

Treasure Hunt

Try our online Iron Age Treasure Hunt. Download a copy of the quiz and look at the Hallaton Treasure section of the website to find the answers!

Coin from the Hallaton Treasure

Design Your Own Coin

There are so many different designs on the 5,000 coins that were found as part of the Hallaton Treasure. Download our activity sheet to create your own.

The Hallaton Helmet

Roman Cavalry Helmet craft

The Roman Cavalry Helmet found at Hallaton was a sign of importance and power. Make your own Roman Cavalry Helmet using the template and instructions from the First Pallet website.

A photograph of a blueberry muffin

Muffin Excavation

Found out what it’s like to be an archaeologist with this fun activity to try at home. Grab your muffin, download the activity sheet, and see how careful you have to be when excavating!

Archaeological Illustration online workshop

Cooking Through Time

Stuart Rice Pudding


Symington swimsuit

Our Favourite Objects

Read all about some of the our favourite objects from the museum, picked by our staff.

A photograph of Symington factory workers inside the copper block room, working on corsets fitted to dummies known as 'Swedish Maidens'

Historic Images of Harborough

Discover the historic photographs that feature in The Symington Building, the home of Harborough Museum.

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