You can learn more about the history of the Antler Comb through fun games
Learn about A History of the World by joining BBC Norfolk at museums across the county.
BBC Radio Norfolk's Karen Buchanan will be finding out about Norfolk's prized treasures and helping you recreate the gems in family workshops.
"There's going to be loads of great games and a whole lot of fun to bring history to life," said Karen.
Events takes place at Norwich Castle, Norwich Sainsbury Centre and Cromer Museum between 15 and 19 February 2010.
"Some of these items are amazing! The Torc is so beautiful and it's fascinating to see the part that Norfolk has played in shaping world history," said Karen.
During her half term trip, Karen will be delving deep and discovering the history behind five of Norfolk's top 10 artefacts including the Snettisham Great Torc, the Antler Comb, the 700,000 year-old Happisburgh Hand-axe, the Olive Edis self-portrait photograph and the Paston Treasure.
HISTORY OF THE WORLD EVENTS:
Monday, 15 February
Snettisham Great Torc, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery
Tuesday, 16 February
Antler Comb, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich
Wednesday, 17 February
Happisburgh Hand-axe, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery
Thursday, 18 February
Olive Edis self-portrait photograph, Cromer Museum
Friday, 19 February
Paston Treasure, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery
Fun and educational activities for the family days include storytelling about the Great Torc, the chance to handle prehistoric tools, making your own fisherman's beard and hat, learning top digital camera techniques and creating your own modern-day treasures.
Karen will be broadcasting live at museums across the county from 11am - 1pm on BBC Radio Norfolk between Monday, 15 and Friday, 19 February 2010.
Free family activities will be taking place between 10am - 5pm at Norwich Castle Museum, between 10am and 5pm at the Sainsbury Centre and from 10am - 4pm at Cromer Museum.