• A Christmas Carol:
    A Folk Opera
    The musical duo GreenMatthews
    bring you a brand-new retelling
    of the best-loved Yuletide adventure of them all,
    A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.

  • Natural Cheshire gallery Come and take a peek
    at the new Natural Cheshire gallery
    now open.

  • 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.

Techne: Creating Art

3 November - 4 February

Exhibition Gallery Two
In partnership with the University of Chester this exhibition includes both modern and traditional processes, the exhibition provides a little something for many different artistic tastes.
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A Christmas Carol: A Folk Opera

7 December

The musical duo GreenMatthews bring you a brand-new retelling of the best-loved Yuletide adventure of them all, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.
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Unexpected Elegance

8 July – July 2019

Female Fashion from the 1970s
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Right Here, Right Now

25 November – 8 May

The 21st century ‘comes of age’ in 2018. the exhibition demonstrates the Grosvenor Museum’s commitment to collecting and displaying contemporary art.
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Family events

Until January 2018

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

Until January 2018

Talks, demonstrations, walks and more linked to our exhibitions programme and collections.
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Grosvenor Park Dig

2017

Since 2007 archaeologists from Cheshire West and Chester’s Cultural Service, in partnership with Chester University, have run an annual training dig in Grosvenor Park Chester for the University’s 2nd year archaeology students.
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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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