A History of the World collage will also be available.
Celebrate Berkshire's contribution to the BBC's History of the World project.
This is your chance to see some of the objects selected to represent Berkshire at The Museum of Reading.
At the Museum Curator's Surgery visitors can discover more about the collections on 15 February.
They can also ask for help in identifying interesting objects and David Williams, the East Berkshire Finds Liaison Officer, will be on hand to identify your archaeological finds.
BBC Radio Berkshire must note that no valuations can be given.
The event is for all ages and is open from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3.30pm
This is a free session and drop in* is welcomed.
History of the World Trail
Try to spot the objects on display in this fun bingo trail.
This event is for all ages and is a free drop-in* session
Join Reading Museum for one of our popular Make & Take activities. Create your own colourful paper dragon to celebrate Chinese New Year.
Visitors will be able to create 'dancing dragons' like this one.
Families welcome. The free, drop-in*, session is on from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3.30pm
History of the World Group Collage
You can be inspired by the History of the World objects and where they came from, and help create a world map.
Families welcome. The free, drop in*, session is on from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3.30pm
For more information go to
The Museum of Reading
For more information and to book at The Town Hall, Blagrave Street, call 0118 939 9800
*Our drop-ins can be very popular so to avoid disappointment we strongly advise you to arrive early.