Events and activities
There are always lots of things to see and do here at Brampton Museum.
We have a changing programme of exhibitions in the Main Gallery and the Hall Gallery with something for all ages and tastes. Please visit our exhibitions page for more information about our current programme.
Easter Holidays 8-23 April
This Easter, come rain or shine, there is plenty to entertain the family at The Brampton Museum!
Easter Crafts to make £2, Easter Paper Crafts 25p and Easter Prize Trail 25p. Take part in our Easter Egg Design Competition (25p) by Easter Monday - fantastic prizes to be won!
Our 'Open Art' exhibition will be on display in our Main Gallery and the 'Open Art People's Prize Winner' exhibition of artwork by Jean Byatt is open in our Hall Gallery.
Opening hours Monday to Saturday 10am-5.30pm, Sunday 2pm-5.30pm. We are closed on Good Friday, but open on Bank Holiday Easter Monday from 11am-5pm.
Friday 19 May 6-9pm
On 19 May 1536, Queen Anne Boleyn was executed on the command of King Henry VIII. To mark the anniversary 481 years later, we ask were the Tudors really terrible or truly terrific?
Bring your family and join us as we open after hours for 'Museums at Night'. Discover Tudor domestic and military life. Take part in Tudor crafts, try on Tudor costume and listen to traditional Tudor music. Performances by Fabula Musica at 6.30pm and 7.45pm (please book). Tudor Recorder Music from 7pm in our main gallery. Refreshments available.
Adults £1, Children 50p.
Please call The Brampton Museum on 01782 619705 to book.
2 June 2017
Museum Evening Talk
Life of Women of Ancient Greece with Carla Phillips from Travellers Through Time
The talk will comprise of a talk about the Life of Women in Ancient Greece and props to try out, food to sample and tasks for the audience.
Tickets £12.50 with vintage style tea and cake from Petals and Bells included.
Arrival at 7pm with 7.15pm start.
For further information and bookings please contact the museum on 01782 619705 or email firstname.lastname@example.org