Nantwich Museum announces 2019 exhibition programme


Image by Instastitch, whose “Inspired by…” exhibition opens Nantwich Museum’s 2019 calendar of events


Nantwich Museum has announced its exhibition programme for 2019, featuring a wide range of art and historical subjects:


Millennium Gallery…

“Inspired by . . .” by Intastitch, displaying a wide range of influences, interests and techniques used in textile art

Until Saturday 16th March 2019

“Spring in your step” by Shires’ Artists

20th March – 25th May 2019

“Castles & Roses” by Threadmill

30th May – 3rd August 2019

“Treasures of the Museum” by Nantwich Museum

7th August – 12th October 2019

“2019 Nantwich Camera Club Photographic Exhibition”

16th October 2019 – 4th January 2020


Your Space Gallery…

Exhibitions will include “Battle-Scarred”, exploring various aspects of surgery, medicine and military welfare during the British Civil Wars; “Rotary Children’s Art”; “A Study of Nantwich” by Christian Turner; and an exhibition about former Nantwich resident Joseph Priestley to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the Periodic Table.

A new permanent English Civil War display, curated by the Cheshire Civil War Centre, will open in the spring.


Entrance to the museum and exhibitions is free but small charges are made for some special events.

Visitors are advised to check details with the museum before travelling in order to avoid disappointment.

For further information:

Phone: 01270 627 104

Email: [email protected]





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