FINDS from the Viking grave and other archaeological sites unearthed along the route of the Weymouth Relief Road are going on display later this month.

The Pavilion Ocean Room will be turning into an Aladdin’s cave of archaeological treasure as exhibits are laid out.

During the free event, ancient bones, Iron Age pottery, shale jewellery and many other finds will be on display.

Archaeologists from Dorset County Council and specialists from Oxford Archaeology will be on hand to discuss the finds.

The exhibition can be viewed from 10am-5pm on Sunday, March 21, and from 9am-8pm on Monday, March 22, and Tuesday, March 23.

A Day School for archaeology enthusiasts is also being run on Saturday, March 20.

More information from County Hall and Dorset County Museum in Dorchester, the Timewalk Museum in Weymouth and tourist information centres.

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