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About the Museum of Gloucester

The museum's fascinating displays are housed in a fine Georgian Building in the heart of the City and contains many items of national and international importance. Among the spectacular collection are the archaeological finds, fine and decorative arts, and natural history specimens representing Gloucester's rich heritage.

A visit to the Museum of Gloucester will tell you so much about the early history of Gloucester. As well as fascinating Roman and Mediaeval displays there are dinosaurs, fossils, paintings, clocks, furniture, the stunning Birdlip Mirror and lots more.
 
Items of national & international importance that everyone must see.

Exhibitions, Events & Activities

A wide range of exquisite touring exhibitions and an exciting programme of events, hands-on activities, are held throughout the year. Click on the buttons above to find out what's on at the moment.

Something for everyone

Whether you are a researcher, a professional, an amateur, or an enthusiast about archaeology, fine art, science or history there are plenty of objects to grab your attention. And if you are visiting us a parent, grand parent or a child of any age, there is always something to do for children, interactive and other hands-on activities, just ask at the desk.


Exhibitions at the Museum of Gloucester for 2017

15 July - 28 October: 'Dinosaurs'


Clubs, Groups & Drop-in Sessions

Sewing Circle
Sewing Circle takes place on the first Wednesday of every month. Whether your passion is for sewing, knitting, embroidery, crochet or something else textile, bring your latest project and have a coffee and chat while you create. Whether you are an expert or a novice, come along and share your expertise, questions and all those tricky bits with like-minded people. Everyone is welcome.  Admission to Sewing Circle is free, and there will be a special £1.50 hot drink and cake offer to take advantage of in addition to ordering from Café Nerva next door.
Time:
2.30 – 4.30pm


Crafty Corner
Whether you are a child, teenager or adult, we would love you to take home a crafty memento of your visit, or to have explored our museums in a slightly different way. Every Saturday at the City Museum you’ll find a different quick craft linked to the exhibitions and objects in the Museums or our wider cultural world, and  a special trail to follow at the Folk Museum.
Time: 10am – 4pm


Visit the website for details of other workshop and clubs

Museum of Gloucester Admission Information

Opening Times
Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm
The Museum of Gloucester is open on Monday 13 February, 10am - 5pm

Admission Charges

  • Adult – Day Ticket – £5.00
  • Adult – Annual Museum Membership – £7.50
  • Concession – Day Ticket – £3.00
  • Concession – Annual Museum Membership – £4.00
  • Family – Day Ticket – £12.00
  • Family – Annual Museum Membership – £15.00
  • Children under 5 – Free admission

Please note that all of the above prices cover both museums; so any day ticket will grant access to both the Museum of Gloucester as well as the Gloucester Life Museum for the duration of that day and any annual membership will be for both museums as well.

There is also the option of purchasing a City-wide Museum Pass which covers entry to both museums in addition to the Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum and the National Waterways Museum. This pass is valid for one year and is priced at £10.00 per adult or £20.00 for a family.

The Concessionary rate will apply to Students, Children aged 5-17, people aged over 60 and benefits claimants.

The family rates will apply to groups consisting of two adults and up to three children aged 5-17.

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