The Epic of Sigurd, and Fafnir the Dragon with Storyteller Jason Buck
Thu 27 Oct - Thu 27 Oct
Friday 27th October 2022 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
The story of Sigurd is over a thousand years old, and is one of gods, dragons, intrigue, adventure, magic, and murder. Drawn from Norse and Teutonic traditions, award winning storyteller Jason Buck brings to life the legend that inspired Tolkien and Wagner (amongst others) in their own great fantasy epics. Not suitable for children under 10 years old.
Butser Ancient Farm
About Butser Ancient Farm
Butser Ancient Farm is a unique experimental archaeology site nestled into the rolling countryside of the South Downs National Park; we welcome visitors and education groups to the site throughout the year. This year we are celebrating our 50th anniversary, from our origins as an Iron Age research site we now feature archaeological reconstructions of ancient buildings from the Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman Britain and the Anglo-Saxon period. Our buildings are internationally famous and appear frequently in documentaries and feature films. We also grow crops from prehistory and keep rare breeds of animals, such as goats and sheep.
We extend a warm welcome to all our visitors, including those who may have particular requirements regarding accessibility. Carers are admitted free of charge when accompanying a disabled visitor during our standard opening hours. Butser Ancient Farm is a multi-sensory visitor experience, ideal for those with a variety of learning needs and styles. All of our school activities and lecture tours are designed with accessibility in mind, please contact us to discuss any particular requirements or concerns.
Learn more about Butser Ancient Farm
- Wheel Chair Accessible venue
- Wheel Chair Accessible Entrance
Visitors can enjoy a timeline of areas starting with Stone Age, progressing through to Bronze and Iron Age roundhouses, a Roman villa and finishing with our 2 Saxon longhouses. Each site has interpretation boards and all areas are accessible to wheelchairs, except one small mezzanine room in the villa.
Disabled Parking & Drop-off
- Designated Disabled Parking
Our car park includes disabled parking by our visitor centre, and the centre itself has a wheelchair accessible disabled toilet. We also have a wheelchair available for visitors to use which can be requested on arrival, or you can reserve it before your visit by calling 02392 598838.
- Wheelchair Access to Outdoor Areas
- We have characters in costumes
We also organise special re-enactment weekends on a regular basis. The re-enactors will be in costume.
Butser Ancient Farm Chalton Lane
Waterlooville, PO8 OBG