The Society was formed from GCSE, AS & A2 students who were studying archaeology at evening classes in Harrogate and who wanted to further their knowledge and practical experience in the subject.
Since the demise of adult education in subjects such as archaeology, the society has endeavoured to educate and enhance the knowledge of the membership through field work, talks each month by experienced and expert guest speakers and by a programme of visits and outings to sites and events of archaeological and historical interest.
The society meets every 3rd Thursday of the month at 7pm for a 7.30 start in a meeting room in the St. Robert’s Catholic Centre in Harrogate. The evenings are a mixture of education and entertainment from our guest speakers and a social event for the membership and guests.
3D Archaeological Society welcomes all prospective members whatever their level of skills or interest in the fascinating subject of archaeology, so why not come along to one of our meetings and see what we are about?