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A thatched small round building with a large doorway through which you can see the interior including a replica camp fire. There are a couple of display cases inside and outside the roundhouse which hold artefacts and information sheets. A thatched small round building with a large doorway through which you can see the interior including a replica camp fire. There are a couple of display cases inside and outside the roundhouse which hold artefacts and information sheets.

© Andy Brown

© Andy Brown

Iron Age Roundhouse

Continuing Display

Weston Park Museum

Make yourself at home in the Beneath Your Feet gallery’s Iron Age roundhouse.

 

During the Bronze and Iron Ages people lived in roundhouses with their extended families. The houses were windowless, but the doorways often faced south-east or east and would catch the morning sun.

Gather your younger ones around the ‘fire’ and enjoy a story or two.

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Tue–Sat 10am–5pm | Sun 11am–4pm

Sheffield Stories: Caribbean Footsteps & Picturing Sheffield will be closed on Sat 20 Jul and Sat 3 Aug for events

Weston Park Museum

Western Bank

Sheffield

S10 2TP

A thatched small round building with a large doorway through which you can see the interior including a replica camp fire. There are a couple of display cases inside and outside the roundhouse which hold artefacts and information sheets.

Iron Age Roundhouse

© Andy Brown

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