Shrewsbury museum and art gallery On Thursday 26th March, year 3 went to the Museum in Shrewsbury. We went to learn more about the and the . We put our coats on a peg and put our lunch box under our pegs. Then we went to the gallery. They had a real mummy; they even had the jars for the body bits! It was really interesting. Next we went to the gallery. It had a royal bed which was very big. We could even write our name with a quill. They had a really big weapon called a crossbow. Then we went to the gallery. They had a round house which had a thatched roof. After lunch we went in a round house and a lady told us how the farmers lived. Then we went to a work shop. We had a go at making a flint axe, it was very hard. Next we had a go at making flour how Stone Age people did. You put the wheat on top of two round stones and then you had to turn the stones and the wheat would go down and they would be crushed in to flour. It took a long time and you got really messy!