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The Prehistory Centre

Celtic Harmony is planning an amazing transformation - and we want you to be part of it!Demand for Celtic Harmony's award winning educational experiences is ever increasing. Over 15,000 people visited in 2017 and growing numbers of schools and community groups have requested an all year-round facility. Currently we have to close in the winter months, as current facilities cannot accommodate large groups safely and comfortably during the winter months.

To cater to demand and to enable us to expand our unique programmes to more people, both young and old, we are building a new Prehistory Centre at Celtic Harmony Camp. This new multipurpose space will complement our outdoor Prehistory settlement and will be a warm indoor area for performances and exhibitions, space for hands on learning activities and provide an opportunity for visitors to see and touch real artefacts from Ancient Britain.

Phase one of the Prehistory Centre has been complete, foundations and an accessibility route have been laid linking the Roundhouses and the Prehistory Centre area and a mound Arena is now the central feature of the reconstructed settlement. Improved facilities including a modular shop, visitor reception and volunteer room are now in place as part of the Prehistory Centre.


Accessibility Route between Roundhouses and Prehistory Centre

Prehistory Phase 1

Main Hall of Prehistory Centre

Phase one of the Prehistory Centre is complete with the kind support of the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.

To find out how you or your organisation could contribute, please contact Clare on 01438 718543 or email

Celtic Harmony is an award winning charity, providing hands-on cultural education of ancient Britain to increase understanding of the natural world and create a more sustainable way of life for future generations.