Learning: About Your Visit
We have made a variety of education packs and activities available to download for use in school, or at home.
The Learning Team can assist with planning a visit and are on hand to discuss how your group can get the most out of a visit to The Fusilier Museum.
If you have any questions, contact the Learning Team, email@example.com
Napoleon In Exile
Learning Resources to accompany the new exhibition. Self-guided school visits to see the exhibition can be booked by contacting the Learning Team, firstname.lastname@example.org
How To Book:
To book any of our museum-led sessions, or a self-guided visit to the museum, please contact the museum’s Learning team
You will need the following information to make your booking:
Your preferred date and time of visit (We start all morning sessions at 10.30am and afternoon session at 12.45pm)
School contact details and the name of the lead teacher
Number and age of pupils and the number of staff
Any special needs or requirements that we need to be aware of
Please let us know whether your group will visit the shop during their visit
When you have made your booking, we will send you a confirmation letter including an itinerary, visit guidance notes and a hazard identification sheet to help with your planning.
We recommend the following ratio for supervision whilst at the museum:
1:6 Key Stage 1
1:10 Key Stage 2 and above
School groups are welcome to explore the museum on a self-guided visit free of charge, but you will not be accompanied by a member of museum staff. We have clipboards, pencils and paper if you would like to borrow these for free.
When exploring the museum on a self-guided visit, we ask that there are enough adults to supervise the children in smaller groups.
Lunch Facilities and Shop:
There are facilities at the museum for pupils to eat packed lunches. We also have a garden outside the museum which can be used at lunchtime, weather permitting. The museum has a well-stocked shop with small items at pocket money prices.
How to Find Us:
The museum is accessible both by road and public transport. Leave the M66 at Junction 2 and follow the brown tourism signs to the East Lancashire Railway. This will bring you into Bury town centre.
There is a coach drop off point directly outside the museum, on Moss Street, and we are only a five-minute walk from the bus/tram interchange in the centre of Bury.