THE Salt Museum is offering visitors a chance to travel through 2,000 years of Northwich history in a special half-term event.
On Wednesday October 29 a host of characters from Northwich's past will be revealing what it was like to live in their times and encouraging visitors to experience a piece of history for themselves.
There will be a Roman soldier, Saxon salt boiler, medieval archer, Elizabethan plague doctor, 17th century servant and a Victorian workhouse inmate all helping to bring the museum's archaeology and local history collections to life. All ages will enjoys the event, and children will have extra fun in piecing together their own mini-museum along the way. The event takes place from 10am - 4pm.
There's more half-term history at the Salt Museum on Thursday October 30 when visitors have the chance to get themselves dressed up as people from the past and then try a special craft activity creating an ever-changing timeline.