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Write a review

Go from visitor to Volunteer for TWAM by sharing a written review of your visit on TripAdvisor. This is a great way to volunteer from the comfort of your own home and really goes a long way in helping new visitors find their way to our museums and galleries.

What's involved?

  • Make a visit - you may find it useful to jot down notes or take photos for your review.
  • Go to tripadvisor.co.uk and click on the green 'Review' button.
  • Write your review and share.

Why get involved?

Reviews and recommendations from visitors like you is an impactful form of community engagement and can make a huge difference in attracting new audiences to our venues.

Taking part in challenges supports Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums by:

  • Helping us to understand the impact in time and value of the efforts of our volunteers
  • Allowing us to recognise and reward the work of volunteers

How to get involved?

Step 1: Sign up or log in to Volunteer Makers.

Step 2: Accept this challenge.

Step 3: Go to www.tripadvisor.co.uk and write a review (if you need some ideas for what to write about, why not scroll through some of our upcoming events listed below?)

Step 4: Send a link to your review to volunteering@twmuseums.org.uk, so we can verify that you've completed this challenge. 

Ideal Skills

  • Writing
  • Social Media
  • Photography
  • Copywriting

Ideal Interests

  • Quiet working
  • Marketing and communication
  • Archaeology
  • Science and nature
  • Contemporary Art
  • Fine Art
  • History
  • Reading
  • Meeting new people
  • Computers and Technology
 
 
 

Event Information

Hadrian's Cavalry - Saturday 8th April, 2017

Taking place from Saturday 8 April to Sunday 10 September 2017, Hadrian’s Cavalry explores the role and daily life of the Roman army’s cavalry forces in a unique wall-wide exhibition that stretches the full 150 miles of the Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site area – from Maryport in the west to South Shields in the east. Arbeia Roman Fort Uncovering cavalry – what archaeology tells us about Roman cavalry New evidence about the equipment and daily lives of the cavalry stationed along Hadrian’s Wall is constantly being uncovered by archaeological excavations, including those at Arbeia. The exhibition consists of objects found in the barracks where the soldiers lived, and includes two outstanding items from elsewhere in the Empire that match finds from the fort itself. Hadrian’s Cavalry is funded primarily through Arts Council England’s Museum Resilience Fund and managed by a partnership of heritage organisations from across Hadrian’s Wall. To find out about exhibitions and events at other venues, please visit the Hadrian's Cavalry website.