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Commemorating the First World War

Commemorating the First World War

Saturday 16th  August – Sunday 14th September, The Cirencester Historical and Archaeological Society will illustrate the impact of the First World, War on Cirencester and residents through this retrospective exhibition. Extensive research of the town’s War Memorials, objects and ephemera from the County archives, Corinium Museum, Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum together with community stories and … Continue reading

Beautiful Bees & Bugs

Beautiful Bees & Bugs

Beautiful Bees and Bugs Mini Exhibition by Cath Hodsman, 4 – 1 September. A beautiful mini exhibition of the myriad of bees in Britain. Cath Hodsman is a skilled and widely acknowledged British wildlife artist. She is a technically accomplished natural history artist, specialising in entomology. Cath uses her skills in painting and drawing to … Continue reading

Summer Holiday Activities

Summer Holiday Activities

Family Drop-ins Family drop-ins are suitable for children aged 3 and above. Cost £1 per child or free to season ticket holders. All children must be accompanied by an adult. No need to book just drop-in! Centurion Masks Wednesday 20th August, 2.30–3.30pm Medieval Knights Thursday 21st August 10.30–11.30am Mythical Masks Tuesday 26th August, 10.30–11.30am Medieval … Continue reading

Adopt a Coin

Adopt a Coin

Adopt a Roman Coin from Corinium Museum to help raise £15,000 to conserve and display the Tetbury Coin Hoard! The Tetbury Hoard was discovered and excavated in the days following its discovery. The coins, and the vessel they were found in, were declared Treasure and initially sent to the British Museum for analysis. They have … Continue reading

Gold Award Winning Romans App

Gold Award Winning Romans App

The Corinium Museum Romans App has won the prestigious Gold Digital Impact Award 2013 for the Best use of Digital in the Public Sector. ‘Romans’ brings the sites and objects of Roman Cirencester or Corinium Dobunorum together in a way that has never been possible before. Corinium was the second largest town in Roman Britain … Continue reading