Visiting the gallery
Daily 10.00–17.30 (20.30 on Fridays)
The Iron Age was a time of dramatic change for the people of Britain and Europe.
Iron replaced bronze as the material used to make tools and weapons, while religion, art, daily life, economics and politics changed dramatically.
The story of these civilisations (known to the Greeks and Romans as Britons, Celts, Germans and Iberians) and their distinct material cultures, is told in Room 50 through decorated Iron Age artefacts known as 'Celtic Art' and more everyday objects.
- Some objects in this collection feature of the British Sign Language guide handset, available from the audio guide desk in the Great Court.
- Some objects in this collection feature on the audio description guide, available from audio guide desk in the Great Court.
- Seating is available.
- Step-free access.
- View sensory map (opens in new window).
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