|When:||From 21 August 2017 until 25 August 2017, 12:00 - 15:00|
|Location:||The Mary Rose|
(12pm – 3pm) Tudor Soap Making: In Tudor times soaps were made by hand and included natural ingredients such as dried lavender, cloves, olive oil and pepper corns. The history of soap dates back thousands of years. In 16th Century Europe olive oil became the basis of the hard white soap we know today. It was called ‘Castile Soap’, after the area in Spain where they had an abundant supply of olive oil!
This craft activity allows children to make their very own Tudor style soap. Craft Activity held in the Mary Rose Education Suite: Activity: £1.00 per child, per item made
Activities running Mon – Sun all day: Tudor Costume Children’s Dress Up / Draw the Mary Rose activity / Interactive Games throughout museum.