Ice Age @ Worcester Museum

Running from the 16th June to 8th September 2018, this exhibition will showcase stunning and surprising Ice Age finds with a Worcestershire connection. Suitable for all ages.

Watch out for an early copy of the first geological map of the country, artefacts made over 300,000 years ago by the earliest humans to live in Worcestershire, and remains of extraordinary Ice Age creatures.

Over this enormous timespan there were many changes in the local environment, from woolly mammoths roaming the tundra in Bromsgrove, to cave lions stalking the riverbanks beneath Bredon Hill. Humans came and went with the warming and cooling of the climate.

Visit Ice Age and come face to face with a Neanderthal, crawl inside our Ice Age shelter, and meet Fluffy the Woolly Mammoth.