JAMES CITY-Jamestown Rediscovery has a program that caters to budding archaeologists called Ed Shed, which will open on Tuesday, May 23.
The Ed Shed provides an opportunity for interested families to sift through actual artifacts found during excavations, such as oyster shells and small bones that indicate what the people may have eaten back during the days of early Jamestown. The experience is open to anyone who enjoys history.
The Ed Shed is located on the western side of the main historical area at Historic Jamestowne, next to the Hunt Shrine. Local patrons can us their local pass and visit throughout the summer. The Ed Shed will be open May 23 through August 5 from 9am to 4:30pm.
For more information on the program, visit its website.