• Museum Closure:
    Friday 11th October 2019
    It is with great sadness that we inform you of the peaceful death of Peter Boughton, Keeper of Art
    for West Cheshire Museums, after a short illness. Peter will be greatly missed by all his colleagues
    for his commitment to public access, his tireless work to improve the collections
    within his custodianship and his infectious humour.
    In order for his friends and colleagues to pay their respects the museum will be closed on Friday
    11th October 2019.
    School groups that have pre-booked sessions will still be accommodated.
    We will reopen as usual on Saturday 12th October.

  • Learning comes to life The Grosvenor Museum offers a
    wide programme of cross-curricular sessions
    across all key stages.

  • Step back in time From Roman artifacts to silver hallmarked in Chester,
    the Grosvenor Museum explores the rich history
    of Chester and the surrounding areas.

Treasure

5 Oct - 22 March

This exhibition explores the nature of treasure and our relationships with it, showcasing some of the most cherished, rare and valuable artefacts from Cheshire’s past.
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Louise Rayner: Victorian Watercolours

Until 3 November

The much-loved watercolours of Louise Rayner (1832-1924) present a uniquely charming vision of Victorian Chester.

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Café Craft

From 10 January

Join Tracey Todhunter, freelance knitwear designer and author of Woman’s Weekly Guide to Crochet, for an afternoon of craft and chat in our 1940s café.
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Learning comes to life

With a range of education workshops across Roman, Victorian, and more, time periods, your school will find learning comes to life at the Grosvenor Museum.
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Adult events

Talks, demonstrations, walks and more linked to our exhibitions programme and collections.
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Family events

Join us making celtic jewellery, fish mobiles, watercolour forest and more.
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