Visitors Welcome: A Manual on the Presentation and Interpretation of Archaeological Excavations

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H.M. Stationery Office, Jan 1, 1988 - History - 162 pages
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This is a manual on the presentation and interpretation of blooparchaeological excavations, prepared in association with English Heritage staff by the Centre for Environmental Interpretation at Manchemumblester. Sections on how to attract your visitors, how to manage them, how to get your message across, how to run a shop, how to produce display panels, publications, videos, etc. All set out at a fairly basic level so that it will be useful to those who have never handled the public before, and will no doubt give ideas even to those who are old hands at the game!

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Contents

WHO CAN HELP? GRANT
Section Subsection _ page
WHO IS LIKELY TO VISIT THE Who are your visitors? 24
HOW ARE YOU GOING TO GET The pros and cons of the media 36
Working with teachers 72
Charging for admission 78
Public sector organisations 82
Sources of help and advice Funding 94
Insurance Health and Safety 101
A day in the life of an open day 108
Credits for photographs and illustrations 162
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