This year we are proud to celebrate five years of collaboration with King John’s House in Romsey, offering Tudor and Victorian based school visits. … Continue reading
Open day visit for teachers and their families at King John’s House, Romsey. This event celebrated 5 years of collaborative working between “King John’s House and Heritage Centre” and “Creative History”. Visitors had the opportunity to explore what the museum … Continue reading
There are two sides to the warhorse project: The first to create an art installation of 500 clay horses as a memorial to those horses that passed through the camp; to be displayed for a month from Nov 11th 2011. … Continue reading
Creative History is running a stall at the Romsey Late night shopping event. We are again located in King John’s House.
December 2010 saw the launch of a Victorian and Tudor Christmas Experiences at the Romsey Heritage Centre.
The Great Boat Race – a Creative History workshop where children created their own Mary Rose and raced it on a local river!
Weaving Heedle Fish – a workshop where children used hand sized heedles and a weaving technique as old as the Celts to create fantastical fish.
Creative History ran a craft session at King John’s House for children to make Halloween Masks.
Work has started on a Victorian workshop role-play for King John’s house based around the workhouse.
Creative History ran more workshops for Children at King John’s House, Romsey.