12:17PM, Monday 01 October 2012
An afternoon of medieval merriment was enjoyed by families as part of the Windsor Fringe Festival.
History was brought to life at the Museum at the Guildhall on Saturday as actors and experts taught attendees about life in the middle ages.
Families were invited to learn the secrets behind armour and weapon making as well as medieval food before trying their hand at spinning and weaving.
Youngsters also enjoyed dressing up as knights and maidens - and a few even braved spending time in the pillory.
The historical event formed part of the fringe festival which will end on Sunday.
Visit www.windsorfringe.co.uk for details.
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