With its thatched roundhouses and native woodland, Celtic Harmony is a place like no other. For over twenty years, children and visitors have been rediscovering the natural world and traditions of life in ancient Britain through creative hands-on activities that engage the imagination and improve wellbeing. Our active education programmes, whether a family experience, school trip or volunteer day, are designed to bring people together, creating a sense of belonging to our local natural and cultural heritage and building confidence through new skills and the visual results of practical work.
In 2019 we welcomed over 15,000 school children, including 1,500 from disadvantaged and vulnerable backgrounds and over 200 fully funded places for residential and day trips, bringing their classroom learning to life.
We have taken measures in line with current government guidance including enhanced cleaning, increased hand sanitising stations, pre-booked entry slots and spaced eating areas to safely open our Prehistory Gates this summer to family visitors.
Visitors can either sleep in their very own roundhouse for the night OR have the whole settlement to themselves! This also includes a tasty BBQ dinner, marshmallow cooking on the fire in our Chieftain's roundhouse, Celtic story, bat walk and continental breakfast.
Limited Spaces - Secure your Overnight Stay reward for a late Summer Break today!