Learn about aspects of life in Tudor times through the Wynn family.
Pupils will learn about Tudor trade and travelling the globe, about Plas Mawr house, and the daily lives of those who lived and worked there.
The sessions have been inspired by the life of Robert Wynn, the Tudor Merchant who built his magnificent home of Plas Mawr inspired by his journeys and travelled extensively, trading in wool, hide and wine. After meeting a member of the Wynn family from the 1500s, pupils will look at food and drink, a map of the Tudor world and discoveries at this time from around the world.
There are sessions at 9.30 and 12.00. Each session can accommodate up to 30 people.
These sessions can be booked directly with Plas Mawr custodians on a first come first served basis.
Plas Mawr 01492 580167
Mon 8 July
Weds 10 July
Monday 9 Sept
Wednesday 11 Sept
Monday 16 Sept
Wednesday 18 Sept