Marlow Archaeology: The Rookery Dig – Sat 30th March

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This is a rare opportunity to witness archaeological excavations near the centre of Marlow. Marlow Archaeology have been carrying work out in Rookery Park, and are holding an open day on Sat 30th March for public viewings.

The main building on the site was altered and rebuilt several times from at least the 1600’s until its demolition in 1963. The excavation reveals many of these changes and the evolution of Marlow from farming until today. There will be experts available to explain and answer questions.


5 thoughts on “Marlow Archaeology: The Rookery Dig – Sat 30th March”

  1. Hi Janet. Nope – you just turn up. As I understand it there will be people working on the site all over the weekend, I’m sure you could pop along anytime – they have just nominted Saturday as the “official” open day. Enjoy!

  2. Good point! It is the small park next to Rookery Court. Postcode SL7 3HR should get you close on google maps!

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