It’s a famous North East landmark but have you ever wondered what Segedunum Roman fort would like in Minecraft form? The answer is probably not but now you can see for yourself.
The Wallsend attraction is inviting fans of the famous computer build and design programme to get a tour of the fort and then take on the roles of digital archaeologist and architect to build their own version using Minecraft.
The Time Craft event will take place during half term week on Monday, February 20 and Tuesday, February 21 with four sessions each day at 10am, 11.30am, 1pm and 2.30pm with tickets price at £6 per person.
It’s aimed at youngsters aged 7 – 14 of for each paying child, one adult can accompany them for free.
Within each workshop, participants will be working together in pairs using a PC version of Minecraft and organisers will try to pair siblings and friends together.
While no prior knowledge of Minecraft or Roman history is needed, if your child has no experience of Minecraft its recommended they have a play before the event.
PCs and Minecraft will be provided as part of the workshop.
With the event likely to prove very popular, advance booking is definitely advised to avoid disappointment. You can book your tickets online via Eventbrite .