Come and explore Castle Hill’s history and archaeology

The summer holidays are here so why not join Huddersfield and District Archaeology Society and the Castle Hill Ranger on one of a number of free guided tours of Castle Hill exploring the earthworks and areas of previous archaeological excavations.

What will be happening at Castle Hill?

Participants will use maps to locate previous excavation areas and learn about the history of Castle Hill from the mesolithic hunter/gatherer period through to the present day.

Find out how Castle Hill fits into the wider landscape and how it relates to other monuments in the north of England.

When can we start exploring?

The tours will be running on Wednesday 26 July 2017 and Thursday 27 July from 2pm to 4pm.

Find out more:

Places are limited so please contact Julian Brown to book a place on 07968 426312. Find out more about Castle Hill using our webpages.

Who can come along?

The tours are for everyone and youngsters need to be accompanied by parent or carer.

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