Adopt an object from Corinium Museum! Help us raise funds to support “Stone Age to Corinium” an exciting project to create new Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Early Roman Galleries, as well as an inspiring garden space and a dedicated “hands-on” Discovery Centre. Find out more
Visit the Corinium Museum this half term to enjoy fun activities for the whole family. Explore the galleries with our Egyptian holiday trail to win a prize, discover how to make a mini mosaic in our children’s workshop, or watch our family film – The Lego Batman Movie. There are lots of fun things to see and do!
Exhibition by Clifford Richards 28 April – 28 May. This retrospective exhibition showcases an extraordinary career that began in advertising, where Clifford Richards developed his first products – a collection of self-assembled cardboard gift boxes and a range of slot-together animals and prints that encapsulated the swinging 60s, most of which is now in the permanent collection of the V&A. The show will also include bold new work that tackles the ironies of modern weaponry and pays homage to creative heroes.
Cirencester’s Corinium Museum has received substantial financial support from the National Lottery for a £1.3 million project – “Stone Age to Corinium: Discover the Archaeology of the Cotswolds”. The project will create new Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Early Roman interactive galleries along with a new Discovery Centre and garden. Objects that are …
Join the Corinium Volunteer Makers by signing up to our new online volunteering platform. If you have a passion for museums, an interest in volunteering and want to support the Corinium Museum why not get involved!
As part of the Food For Thought exhibition three objects from the Corinium Museum collections were scanned using a laser scanner and turned into animations.
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.