Iron Age Celtic Games: Family Ticket for £26 at Celtic Harmony (59% Off)
- Iron Age Settlement in Brickendon
- Roundhouses, herb gardens, and ancient breed animals
- Fresh food from Iron Age Barn
- Family entry to Celtic Games
- Events include archery, discus, bushcraft and storytelling
- Open 10am-5pm
Limit 1 per family (2 adults and 3 children). May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required at least 48 hours in advance. Book via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/celtic-harmony/. No cancellations once booked. If preferred date is not available, Celtic Harmony will suggest an alternative date. Children must be under 16. No picnicking. Food is available from the Iron Age Barn. Original values verified 12 July 2012 at 6.17pm.
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The caber toss was often banned during Iron Age sporting events as the participants would often steel the limelight. Test your mettle with today’s Groupon: £26 for a family ticket to the Celtic Games at Celtic Harmony.
About The Event
The Celtic Games combine rich tribal history with a summer of sporting endeavour, to evoke the spirit and tradition of ancient Britons. Forged in the leafy surrounds of Brickendon, the Iron Age settlement provides the ideal backdrop to a series of time-honoured tests of athletic and courageous prowess, as family clans get stuck into feather races and caber tossing. Events on offer range from archery and javelin throwing to relay racing and obstacle-clambering, while younger braves and the creatively-inclined can make authentic Celtic trinkets in the bushcraft camp and the roundhouses. When in need of a rest, Games-goers can watch in awe as shows including the warrior demonstration and owl display bring Ancient Britain to life.
Opening times: 10am-5pm Saturday 28 July to Sunday 5 August 2012 (with pre-booked ticket).
Complimentary shuttle service from Bayford station.
Located between the A10 and A1M.
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