Alma Chamber
How Medieval Armor Was Made
Castlerock Museum
On Saturday, August 24, 2024 at 2:00pm - Join blacksmith Thomas Latane for an armor presentation on the "Material Manipulation in the Manufacture of Metal Plate for the Man-at-arms." Tom will cover creating plate, shaping forms, beading, rolling and roping edges, and forming ridges. He will also cover wire drawing, swaging, and decorative rivets.

Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for students. Museum members receive a 50% discount. Castlerock Museum will be open at 1:00pm for visitors that would like to see the exhibits beforehand. Seating is limited and reservations are encouraged. Contact the museum at 608.685.4231 or info@castlerockmuseum.com for more details.
AUGUST
SATURDAY
24
The Sword in Motion
Castlerock Museum


Starts @ 2:00pm
Castlerock Museum
402 South 2nd Street
Alma, WI

Admission
  • Adults: $6.00
  • Students: $4.00

Castlerock Museum

Castlerock Museum is an arms and armor museum; our exhibits include arms and armor from many points in European history. A visit offers the chance to view and learn about authentic armor spanning many periods; the collection begins with ancient Greece, and concludes in the early modern period. To provide a better sense of the many different cultures our arms and armor originates from, we enrich our displays by using art prints to show the arms and armor in their historical context.

  • Fridays and Saturdays: 1:00pm-4:00pm
  • Sundays in June thru August
  • Other Hours Are Available By Appointment
402 South 2nd Street
Alma, WI
608.685.4231
info@castlerockmuseum.com
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