16th October, 2016

Ancient Egypt extravaganza at RAMM

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Book in for some Ancient Egyptian fun at RAMM on Saturday 29th October – a stone’s throw from Exeter Central station.

With sessions starting at 11am, 12.30pm or 2pm (booking required), learn about life and death in Ancient Egypt. Find out about and help with a re-enactment of the mummification of Shep en-Mut. Have a go at the addictive Ancient Egyptian game of Senet. Join the Scribe School and even learn how to write in hieroglyphs. Tickets are £3 for children (16 and under), and free for accompanying adults.

Taking the train
RAMM (The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery) is just two minutes’ walk from Exeter Central station (turn left out of the station’s main entrance – see map).

Trains from Exmouth to Exeter Central run half-hourly through most of the day (seven days a week). An adult Off-Peak Day Return is just £4.30. 5-15 year-olds are half price, and under 5s go free. Groups of three to nine people get a third off. The journey takes 25-30 minutes.

Look up train times

Book places at the event

More things to do this half-term

Fish and chips at the seaside (near Exmouth station)
Exetreme Imagination Festival (near Exeter Central station)
RSPB half-term events at Bowling Green Marsh (near Topsham station)
Dinosaur trail (near Exmouth station)

Part funded by the Designated Community Rail Development Fund. The Fund is backed by the Department for Transport and the Association of Community Rail Partnerships (now Community Rail Network).

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