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Celtic Harmony is an award winning charity, providing hands-on cultural heritage education of ancient Britain to increase understanding of the natural world and create a more sustainable way of life for future generations. Celtic Harmony provides a...more
A regular feature of our school year, as we visit for stone age experiences and travel through time with other year groups too.
The authentically-built round houses are amazing and the genuine arts and skills are taught by the staff dressed in authentic costume.
This was our third school trip to experience the Stone Age day with my year 3 class. The day has always been excellent (whatever the weather!) but it just gets better each year as they improve each element adding more and more! All children (and...More
Wow, what a fantastic trip.
I took a Year 3 class last year for a Stone Age Day and they loved it. This year's Iron Age Day topped it! Owain was incredible. He had the children captured from the minute he met us in the...More
The children thoroughly enjoyed the Stone Age Day. There are so many activities that it brings the past alive. The children were engaged and motivated by the great staff and really believed they were talking to people from the past. The adults that accompanied us...More
My 12-year-old daughter and I had a brilliant time at our first Samhain Festival at Celtic Harmony Camp. Luca, Clare, their lovely family and talented staff were incredibly generous hosts. It felt as though we had traveled back in time. We visited Celtic roundhouses, heard...More
We had a lovely day at Celtic harmony with 120 school children from different schools from the local area. Those who facilitated the day were dressed in typical clothing and knew their facts. They made the day enjoyable and were good educators. Kids started with...More
I have been twice with my two grandchildren. They are now 6 and 8. They both thoroughly enjoyed their visits there. There is so much to do and all of it non-electronic and mostly outdoors. The first time we went it poured down but the...More
Lovely place, the children will be entertain here even by just playing in the woods. During our visit we did a lot of activities like bracelet dyeing, weaving on loom, grinding grain on quern stones, trading game and herb talk. Bronwyn is excellent handling our...More
What an excellent day out. So much to do here. So Many hands on workshops available, most are included in the entry fee. If they are not included there is a small/reasonable extra fee to take part.
Fantastic the kids won't get bored and nor...More