Ministère de la culture Inrap

Harju, Tallinn

Young archaeologists

FreeSaturday 18 June

Väike-Patarei 5, 10415, Põhja-Tallinn, Tallinn

Who is an archaeologist? Why do we need to look for traces of the past in the earth? Why is archaeology important? What can we learn from this science? Archaeologist Ants Kraut explains the work, demonstrates interesting finds and answers the questions of the children at a workshop in Väike Patarei 5 in Tallinn. Children are invited to explore the earth themselves and maybe will discover traces from the past.




The science of archaeology is explained to young children, who have the possibility to dig the earth in search of traces of our distant past themselves.


Saturday 18 June de 11:00 à 12:30

Children, Family

Schoolchildren :

Primary, Secondary school (11-15 years)

Demonstration and game

Press contact:

Helle Solnask

+372 53494304

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