Bronze Age living at Flag Fen Archaeology Park

Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

Travel back 3,500 years to discover a prehistoric causeway at one of the finest Bronze Age archaeological site in Northern Europe, discovered 1982.

The open-air archaeology park and visitor centre gives you the real feel for how the prehistoric people of the fen lived. Experience life in our prehistoric past and visit the only place in the UK where original Bronze Age remains are being actively conserved and can be seen in situ.

Soak up the atmosphere and imagine what life was like thousands of years ago in the Bronze Age and Iron Age Roundhouses.

Relax and enjoy the scents and colours of the plants used in the Roman Herb Garden and take a stroll around the mere along the Lakeside Walk. Keep an eye out for the ancient breed of sheep - the Soay.

Finish your visit at the visitor centre and explore the various exhibitions on display.

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