There are now just a few days left to catch the stunning Roman Empire exhibition at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum in Coventry, before it leaves the Midlands to continue its national tour.
This incredible range of Roman artefacts is on loan from the British Museum, and the team at the Herbert have complemented this collection with items from regional museums across the Midlands.
Thousands of Herbert visitors have already been wowed by the displays, so don’t miss out on your opportunity to see them before they’re gone for good.
Find out more and save money by booking your tickets in advance.
If you can’t wait ‘till September to get a good look at the Lunt for our Ludi Lunt hackathon weekend, the fort will be open to families on selected dates this Summer holiday, with lots of extra activities on offer to bring your Roman experience to life! From building and testing a catapult to clay pot-making, colouring in and special family-friendly guided tours of the site, there’s sure to be something for every kind of family to get involved with.
The Fort is open on the following dates during the Summer:
Fridays 1st and 8th August
Monday 11th to Friday 15th August
Monday 18th to Friday 22nd August
Admission to Lunt Roman Fort is £3.75 for adults, £3 for children and concessions, £11 for families (2 adults and up to 4 children) and free for under fours. Admission prices include access to a range of family activities. For the full programme, visit the Lunt Roman Fort website.
We are preparing for a very 21st Century event to be held at the Lunt Roman Fort in Coventry, aimed at helping to breathe new life into the historic Fort – and applications are now open for people to get involved in a unique weekend of creativity, invention and fun.
Ludi Lunt (roughly translated from Latin: ‘public games at the Lunt’) takes place over the weekend of Sat 6th and Sun 7th September, and is a hackathon-style event. Our aim with the event is to bring together creative people from around the UK to devise ways to improve the visitor experience, reveal more of the site’s fascinating past and breathe new life into this cultural gem, helping to re-establish the Lunt as a major Roman visitor attraction.
Ludi Lunt is being organised by staff from the Lunt and its management team, who are working with a diverse group of local historians and hackathon experts to put this very special event together. We are now looking to recruit people with a range of skills to take part in the event, including historians, artists, hackers, gamers, coders, writers, performers, designers, social media whizzes, educational professionals and craftspeople – as well as anyone who feels that they have ideas to contribute to a weekend of innovation and creativity.
In return for your efforts, you will have the unique opportunity to spend a weekend with other creative people at this amazing location, including camping, eating and working in the grounds of the Lunt. There will also be prizes for the best ideas generated over the course of the weekend, as well as the opportunity to be involved in the implementation of selected projects.
There is no charge for you to be involved in the Ludi Lunt hackathon, and applications are open now.
Find out more about the event or apply for a place.