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Be transported back in time to discover how homes have changed within living memory. Explore Granny's wartime kitchen and laundry. Have a go at rag rugging as part of Make do and Mend.
Create a memorable visit to Ripon Museums.with activities that gives pupils experience of the harsh regime in the workhouse and crime and punishment through time.
Special sessions for groups interested in aspects of social history: A Changing Society 1750 -1900; Victorian Crime and Punishment; The New Poor Law 1834.
Some of our museum sessions can be delivered right in your...
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We offer a selection of loan boxes for classroom study and as a supplement to visits....
Ripon Museums welcome many group visits throughout the year. We pride ourselves on tailoring visits to suit the...
There is always plenty to see and do in our museums! For more information about booking a visit for your youth...
If you would like to bring an adult or youth group that may require special educational activities or delivery,...
We would be very happy to welcome your college or university group. Whether you wish to use our museums for...
We aim to develop knowledge and understanding through interaction, role play, participation, experience and investigation of Key Stage 1,2 and 3 National Curriculum and QCA programmes of study in history, literacy, personal, social, health, citizenship education, art, maths and geography.
We aim to develop positive attitudes and values through increased self-confidence and motivation as well as greater empathy and understanding towards other people and communities. Following a visit, pupils should realise how attitudes towards the poor changed during the Victorian era. Our programmes cover many of the requirements of personal, social, health and citizenship education.
We aim to develop thinking, communication and social skills through debates, decision-making and activities which focus on different interpretations of history to help children to make deductions based on historical primary sources. Children will have the opportunity to use their imagination and experience the lives of other people living in different places and times. We aim to stimulate curiosity and creativity and enable all children to experience success as learners during a memorable and enjoyable educational visit.
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[The Prison & Police Museum was] brilliant the first time, brilliant the second time, can’t wait for number three.
Whether you’re coming from far away or a town nearby, use our journey planner to find the best route!
We can help you organise an event to remember - from ghoulish tours to delicious dinner parties and even weddings – Ripon museums offers the chance to hold something really unique!