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Events & Activities

The museum is packed with varied and exciting opportunities for children and adults alike.  The museum's programme includes:

  • School Holiday Activities
  • Saturday Event Days
  • Hands-on-History Sessions
  • Storytelling for Under 5s
  • Friday Lunchtime Talks

Remember all events and activities are free.  However we do welcome donations so we can continue to provide a varied and full programme.


Our Next Children's Holiday Activities: July 25th - August 31st Tuesday to Thursday 10.30am - 3.30pm.  Also Bank Holiday Activities on August 28th 10.30am -3.30pm for further details visit our facebook page.


Our Next Lunchtime Talk: Landgirls, by costume historian Jane Arnold  Friday 8 September. Talks run from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.

To book a free place please call the Museum on 024 7637 6158 or pop into the main reception. Booking is essential as places are limited to 55. Donations are welcome.


Our Next Event Day: Saturday 12 August. Textiles through the Ages

To accompany the Poldark exhibition and the textiles show Tanya Bentham will be introducing us to the fascinating history of textiles with a few fun tales thrown in.  No need to book, just drop in between 11am and 4pm.


Our Next Hands On History Session: Objects of the Written Word Saturday 19 August.

No need to book, just drop in between 11am and 4pm.


Our Next Storytelling Session: Time for Tea, Wednesday 16 August, 11.15am - 11.45am.

Weather permitting this session may take place outside please meet at reception. Children must be accompanied by an adult.  No booking required.


Heritage Open Days Event: Nuneaton Art School, Reminiscence Cafe, Sunday 10 September, 1:30-4:30pm

Former students of the art school are invited to share their memories, artworks and photographs ahead of October's reunion. No booking required.


Nuneaton Art School Reunion, Thursday 12 October, 1:00-4:00pm

Save the date! More details to follow shortly.


Last updated Tuesday, 1st August 2017

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