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New Roman Displays

New Roman Displays

Exciting new Roman finds are on permanent display at  Corinium Museum. Visitors to the museum will be among the first to view incredible artefacts from excavations of the western cemetery of Corinium (Roman Cirencester). It is the most significant Roman cemetery investigation in the town since the early 1970s. Objects include a rare 2nd century … Continue reading

Corinium Late

Corinium Late

Thursday 9 October, 5 – 8pm. Join us for special late night opening hours at Corinium Museum. Enjoy a drink whilst exploring the galleries, or simply browse the fantastic Corinium Museum shop. A selection of refreshments will be available including Corinium Ales! Admission: Adults £4.95, Concessions £4.10, Students £3.30 Free entry to the Corinium Museum … Continue reading

Still Life with Black Birds

Still Life with Black Birds

An exhibition with linocuts by Richard Kenton Webb and short stories by Joanne Reardon Lloyd, 20th September – 19th October. Artist and printmaker Richard Kenton Webb of Cirencester in Gloucestershire has joined forces with writer Joanne Reardon Lloyd to create an exhibition of linocuts and stories at the Corinium Museum. Visitors are invited to piece … 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