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Relic Trail in Durham explores A History of the World
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Do you have something that could help explain the history of the world?

As part of A History of the World, Durham's Oriental Museum is hosting a Relic Trail.

The trail, which is open to all, has been inspired CBBC series Relic: Guardians of the Museum and will challenge your skill and ingenuity.

It is free and feature objects in the museum's collection that have been included in A History of the World.

There are five challenges for visitors to complete based on objects from the Oriental Museum.

Inspiration

The CBBC show was developed in partnership with the British Museum.

Jamie Rea, Executive Producer at CBBC, said: "Bringing history to life was the inspiration for the CBBC series and these trails give families the chance to do just that as they discover the stories and personalities behind their local museum's collection.

"We hope that the families taking part will not only love the challenge of completing the Relic Trails but will also learn something new about the objects they encounter."

Find out more information about A History of the World on the official website

Be part of it

The British Museum has chosen 100 objects from its collection, hundreds of museums across the UK are adding theirs - and you can join in too.

Help us build a digital museum by adding an object that you own to this website. It doesn't need to have any great monetary value; ordinary items can sometimes help tell extraordinary stories.

Find out how you can submit your object for A History of the World here.




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