Help the Museum Curate its Coins: Introduction Session - Medieval Coins
Are you interested in ancient coins? Do you want to discover how museums look after their collections? Come along to find out about coins from the Medieval period, and have a go at some of the activities which museum curators undertake to care for, identify and research their objects.
This session is aimed at people who haven’t attended an event like this before. To coincide with the exhibition 'The Medieval World in Colour', it will focus on coins of the medieval period. You will get an introduction to the Museum and what goes on behind the scenes, information about the coins, and the chance to handle and identify coins from the museum collection.
With Anja Rohde, University of Nottingham Museum Numismatist
Meet at the Museum
*Suitable for age 14+
Under 16s FREE, but must be accompanied by a paying adult)*
Please book via Box Office on 0115 846 7777
If you book for an event and subsequently can’t make it, please inform the Box Office so we can offer your place to someone on the waiting list.
Image: long cross penny of Edward I, minted in Dublin; University of Nottingham Museum