March 19, 2020 |
Children and Young People, Education, Learning and Outreach, Exhibitions, Things to do, Uncategorised, What's On |
David Birks |
Dear Museum Supporter,
Due to the ongoing situation with coronavirus/COVID-19 we have decided to cancel our activities and events programme for March, April and May. Activities and events planned for June onwards and are still due to take place but this may change over the coming weeks. This includes all schools workshops, guided walks, holiday activities and the Not In A Pub Quiz. The Shires Shopping Centre have not cancelled the activities we were due to run for them at present but this may well change in the near future – please see the Shires Shopping Centre website for up-to-date information.
We will try our best to to keep you updated via the website and our social media platforms.
January 24, 2019 |
Children and Young People, Things to do, What's On |
David Birks |
Join us in the February Half Term for three days of bird-themed crafts. Each workshop takes place in a different venue so make sure you note it down.
If you have a SEND child that would benefit from attending a quieter activity then please call us and we will try to accommodate you.
Tuesday 19th February: Feathered Friends (in the Shires Atrium)
Drop-in 10.30 – 3.30
Come along to the Shires Shopping Centre and make a (more…)
February 9, 2017 |
Education, Learning and Outreach, Things to do, What's On |
Our new brochure detailing our spring/summer adult arts and craft workshops is out now. There are lots of great workshops to have a go at, all very affordable and no doubt very enjoyable. You can learn a variety of different art and craft skills including weaving, printmaking, felting, macrame and drawing. Booking is very straightforward – just go to www.ticketsource.co.uk/trowbridgemuseum. You can download a pdf of the brochure here – Spring/Summer Arts and Craft Brochure
April 11, 2015 |
Exhibitions, Things to do, What's On |
Rare 13th century jug made at Laverstock, on loan from Salisbury Museum
Trowbridge Museum is now displaying discoveries from not one, but TWO former royal palaces, both used by the Plantagenet kings, both visited by King John, the monarch forced to agree to Magna Carta. (more…)
March 23, 2013 |
Children and Young People, Interactives, Things to do, What's On |
Spring has sprung, the grass is riz,
I wonder where the mices is?
We have a brand new mouse hunt for you, and… (drum roll) (more…)
March 5, 2013 |
Children and Young People, Exhibitions, Textile and Weaving Festival, Things to do, What's On |
Hi Folks, our latest programme of events and activities have just been added to the events pages. There is so much to join in with including Easter-themed craft activities, Monoprinting and a Fleece to Fabric spectacular at (more…)
August 21, 2012 |
Children and Young People, Education, Learning and Outreach, Interactives, Things to do, What's On |
Hello fellow Mousehunters,
we’ve changed the mouse hunt a little bit. Instead of two separate mouse hunt sheets, we have combined the two into one sheet – you can still choose to do the Mini Mouse Hunt or the Big Mouse Hunt – and (more…)