Archaeology Easter Camp

Archaeology Easter Camp

MONDAY – FRIDAY 9am – 3pm
7 – 12 YEAR OLDS!

Please contact SIA for any further information about the 2013 Easter Camp In Harold’s Cross NS. The camp will run for the 2 consecutive weeks within the month of March-April. The brochure is available to download in PDF format in the link below. All information on times and cost are available in our brochure for all other queries please contact SIA at

Download the 2013 Easter Camp Brochure

The summer camp is only €99 for 5 days (Monday to Friday). Fees include admission fees to monuments, coach and bus fares. What’s all is needed from you is a packed lunch daily for the children and some warm outdoor clothing.

What We Do:

The Summer Camp allows children to get their hands dirty as we introduce the mysteries and romanticism of archaeology in a fun and enjoyable environment through an original and dynamic new concept which has not yet been seen in Ireland!


  • Viking House Excavation
  • Clay Pot Making
  • Historical Treasure Hunts
  • Archaeology Excursions
  • Visit to Real life Archaeology Dig
  • Historical Shoe Making
  • Archery
  • Post & Wattle Fence Making

Our Team

We have a team of qualified and very experienced teachers and archaeologists who have worked on numerous excavations throughout Ireland. Our staff are friendly, outgoing and have lots of experience when working with children.

Our Guarantee

The friendly environment and relaxing atmosphere of the summer camp allows the children to enjoy this unique experience by participating within groups, carrying out archaeological tasks and solving puzzles in a fun and creative manner.


“I am delighted to have the School of Irish Archaeology workshops  this year. It is the most engaging and exciting programme I have ever had in my class. I now have 27 budding archaeologists who absolutely love history.”

Michelle Moriarty

Class Teacher Harold’s Cross

Thanks for delivering such a great programme to the kids! I wish I had an opportunity to do activities like that when I was in school!

Class Teacher Harold’s Cross’