This Saturday from 10am – 12.30pm there will be a Prehistoric Feast at Bristol Museum, a free event for children and families.
The pop-up feast will give families a tasty introduction to the food that people ate in the Stone, Iron and Bronze Ages ate – which ranged from tiny hazelnuts to massive mammoths!
Visitors can also find out which wild animals would make a delicious meal and spot the nuts, berries, fruit and vegetables that were gathered to make delicious (and sometimes disgusting) meals!
The pop up prehistoric feast is being created and cooked by the Friends of Bristol Museums, Galleries and Archives and will bring the museum’s new Stone Age to Iron Age display to life.
The pop up prehistoric Feast is being held on Saturday 12th November from 10am – 12.30pm and is a free drop-in event (donations welcome).
You can find Bristol Museum on Queens Road, Clifton, BS8 1RL.
Please do head over to the Bristol Mum Facebook Page to find out about more family-friendly events and activities this month!