Friday, 9 May 2014

History Festival @ Milton Keynes Museum

Starting tomorrow: It's that time of year again, and the Milton Keynes museum is holding another one of it's famous history festivals over both Saturday 10th May and Sunday 11th. The day includes demonstrations from large groups of re-enacting enthusiasts, offering plenty of opportunities for visitors to get 'hands on' as well. Last year included people showing how to make bread, dying wool, sword fight and weapons training and more. The day is set to show historical re-enactment through the ages, and is the biggest re-enactment  encampment in town; from the Romans to the Jacobite rebellion, bows and arrows to black powder. A family ticket is £22, adults £7.50, concessions £6. For more information and to see pictures from the event last year visit the museum website.

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