Join the friends
Join one of the finest museums in the UK and give your support for its future development. Discover the archaeology of the Cotswolds at the Corinium Museum. Membership includes:
• Unlimited number of free visits to the museum for a whole year
• Discounts on Corinium Museum events
• Programme of outings, talks and social events
• 10% discount in the museum shop & Jacks cafe
A Friend can do more than pay a subscription. A welcome is offered to anyone who wishes to give their time or talents, expertise or interest towards furthering the work of the Corinium Museum. Why not make your contribution now towards the huge task of maintaining our heritage for posterity.
Our Friends group supports the work and objectives of the museum. They help with fundraising for special events, acquisition of new artifacts and they also help to raise public awareness of the museum.
Members of our Friends group have all the privileges of a season ticket holder. In addition there is also a special programme of outings, talks and social events. Members also receive a 10% discount on gifts in the Museum shop and in Jack’s cafe which adjoins the museum.
Individual – £36
Senior – £30
Family (2 adults and up to 5 children) – £75
Junior – £18
The Friends also have ‘Corporate Membership‘ options, please see below for details.
To find out about joining the Friends please contact the Museum, or click on the Join the Friends of Corinium Museum form below.
Friends of Corinium Museum trip to the Mary Rose Museum 2014
The Friends of Corinium Museum enjoyed a visit to the Mary Rose Museum as part of the Friends programme of events.
New Friends of Corinium Museum Corporate Membership
The Friends of the Corinium Museum has started a new loan scheme that allows businesses to showcase historic artefacts in their place of work.
The first company to take up the scheme is Havas EHS in Cirencester, a digital and data agency whose main office is built on top of the Bath Gate Roman cemetery site.
The Havas EHS display shows a variety of grave goods originating from the Bath Gate Cemetery and a cooking pot that was discovered within the coffin that is currently in Havas EHS’ forecourt and contained the remains of a chicken carcass.
Pip Pembroke, New Business Manager at Havas EHS, added: “We’re delighted to be able to take part in this scheme and have enjoyed working with the Museum. Our visitors and staff often ask questions about our coffin, and now we have a wonderful display that complements our location and will please the Roman ghosts that are rumoured to wander round our premises.”
The Bath Gate Cemetery excavations, which were completed in 1974, uncovered over 450 Romano-British burials as well as a variety of objects associated with the burials.
If you would like to become a Corporate Friend of the Corinium Museum please contact the museum on 01285 655611 or click here for an application form.