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Exclusive 2-for-1 offer: Viking expert will bring era to life in Peterborough

The Vikings are coming to Peterborough Museum

The Vikings are coming to Peterborough Museum

Don’t miss your last chance to learn about Viking life at Peterborough Museum with a talk by one of TV’s best-known Viking and Anglo-Saxon experts Dr Sam Newton.

Tickets are available now from Peterborough Museum, with special rates available for Vivacity Heritage Pass holders.

Take the opportunity to explore the world of vicious Vikings with a very special talk on Friday, September 14 by Dr Sam Newton, who has contributed to many television and radio programmes including Channel 4’s hit archaeology show Time Team, as well as BBC2’s Blood of the Vikings.

Vikings Rule! with Dr Sam Newton will take a fresh look at the history of the Vikings in Britain and how they helped to shape much of eastern England.

Vivacity has teamed up with Peterborough Telegraph to offer readers an exclusive 2-for-1 offer on pre-booked tickets to this fascinating talk. To book tickets today, call Peterborough Museum on 01733 864 663 and quote ‘Peterborough Telegraph Reader Offer’, or email museum@vivacity-peterborough.com.

Plus don’t miss your last opportunity to see Peterborough Museum’s blockbuster Vikings Exhibition, which runs until Sunday, October 7.

The whole family will enjoy discovering some amazing Viking finds – on display for the first time ever in Peterborough. Entrance is just £2 for adults, £1.75 for concessions, £1.25 for children, £6 for families and free to Heritage Pass holders.

This interactive exhibition will give visitors the chance to experience life a thousand years ago.

Absorb the sights, sounds and smells of a Viking feast in the re-created longhouse.

Stand on the prow of a Viking ship and imagine crossing the Northern seas to raid and plunder other countries, then read all about warrior battles and adventures written in the Vikings Sagas eight centuries ago. 
For further information visit www.vivacity-peterborough.com

 

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