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Step into Celtic times for a great day out at Celtic Harmony Camp, an Iron Age village near Hertford. You can try your hand at Longbow Archery, Celtic cookery in the Chieftain Roundhouse, then leaving your food to bake over the hearth, explore the rest of the camp on a woodland trail or listen to a Story around the fire. Make sure you arrive for the animal feeding at 11am. Hog roast and traditional refreshments available from the Iron Age Kitchen. Great value at £7/person for a day packed with fun activities when you book online at www.celticharmony.org or tel: 01438 718543.
Celtic Harmony Camp offers a hands-on experience of Celtic life for visitors of all ages and abilities.
-Celtic Roundhouses, the floors of the roundhouses have been lime-washed (a natural material that leaves a white hard surface finish like cement) to facilitate access. The round houses have been painted white inside to ensure maximum visibility, for example for lip reading.
-Activities include Celtic crafts such as grinding grain on quern stones, traditional games, Archery and Treasure Hunts around the woods.
-Animal Pen with goats and geese.
-Disabled Toilet Facility with a ramp.
-Baby Change Facility.
-Woodland Shelters for Activities in the woods.
-Woodland Hideaways for BBQ, which must be hired in advance.
-Archery Field for have a go target Archery.
-Play areas with the willow tunnel, musical area and chariot all have hard core/ ramp access. Also climbing frame, giant sand pit and swings.
-Herb Garden with aromatic herbs from the time of the Iron Age.
-Access for all pathway and boardwalk around the Camp.
-Outdoor Cafe that serves fresh produce and has a children's menu. Allergies and medical conditions are handled sensitively with the catering staff, who are fully aware of the ingredients in food.
-Feasting Shelter that can seat 100 people to eat lunch
-The shop sells heritage souvenirs and fair traded gifts for children and adults, some such as beeswax candles are produced by our beekeeper.
-You can exchange pound coins for Celtic coins to spend at the shop and outdoor cafe.
-Staff are very friendly and knowledgeable of the Iron Age with experience in welcoming visitors of all ages and abilities.
Adult £6.50 to £8.00