Stonehenge Special Lecture
Friday, August 16, 2019
Direct from the award-winning Wiltshire Museum in Devizes, England, renowned British archeologist David Dawson will make a rare North American appearance and deliver a fascinating morning lecture on August 16th only at Union Station Kansas City in conjunction with the current STONEHENGE exhibition.
Guests will be invited to travel back in time - more than 5,000 years - and discover remarkable stories of the prehistoric people who lived, worked and were buried in the landscape around Stonehenge. As well, Dawson will present the latest science that's unraveled ancient mysteries of this enigmatic World Heritage Site.
This one-hour presentation begins promptly at 10:00 am in Union Station's spacious Regnier Extreme Screen Theatre and is FREE with the purchase of a full-priced exhibition ticket to Stonehenge: Ancient Mysteries & Modern Discoveries.
Immediately following the lecture and Q&A session, guests may head directly into the exhibition or first enjoy an authentic English Fish and Chips meal at Harvey's restaurant located in historic Union Station. ($12 tax-included meal option includes tea, coffee or soda and may be purchased as an add-on ticket option) Limited lecture tickets available. Advance purchases to Lecture/Exhibition and optional lunch are highly encouraged.