Dragons, Fairies and Witches: Superstitions and Protections in Tudor England
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About The Event
Longstanding beliefs in fearsome dragons, meddling witches, mischievous fairies and magic were part of daily life in Tudor England. To protect themselves from these dangers people used ritual marks and other devices. Come to Agecroft Hall and examine evidence of 16th and 17th century efforts to turn away evil and ensure good fortune.
This tour is suitable for all ages and will include the 2nd floor. Ability to climb stairs is required.
$8.00 per person
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