Here be Dragons at West Stow
For one weekend every year in June West Stow Anglo Saxon Village celebrates all things dragons at the annual Dragon Festival!
This popular family event has an array of Dragon themed performances and activities including walk about characters, puppet theatre, combat skill training, music and crafts to entertain the crowds.
From nest building, dancing and storytelling for the younger visitors to learning how to protect your dragons, drum workshops, holistic treatments and stalls, there is something for all ages.
Visitors are encouraged to explore the site and find out about the unique history of the Anglo-Saxon settlement plus the folklore and legends surrounding the ancient Great Wyrms.
Remember, Dragons are real - a flaming good day out for all the family awaits!
Come rain or shine Dragon Festival have you covered with indoor attractions and special performance zones. A variety of food available to purchase or bring a picnic.
Dragon costumes are positively encouraged!
For more information on the annual Dragon Festival visit https://www.weststow.org/
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