Beaulieu Abbey

A Cistercian Abbey built in 1204 and partially demolished during the Dissolution of the Monasteries. The Domus survived and provides an ideal base for Medieval and Tudor study days.

Monastic

Monastic

Children take on the role of novice monks to learn about life in a medieval monastery.

‘Hand-on’ workshops on calligraphy, wool (spinning/felting/weaving) and building/surveying can be included in the programme.

Suitable for KS2 and 3 and for children/students/adults with special educational needs.

The Tudors

Children take on the role of guests of the 3rd Earl of Southampton, patron of William Shakespeare.

‘Hands on’ workshops on calligraphy and wool (spinning/felting/weaving) can be included into the programme.

Suitable for KS2 and 3 and for children/students/adults with special educational needs.