• The Grosvenor Museum's
    12th Open Art Exhibition

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

  • Pride in the Past

  • 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.

Cold Places: Pictures from the Poles by Sue Flood

19 November 2016 - 22 February 2017

Images showcasing the epic beauty of the polar regions, displayed alongside Inuit pieces from the collection of this international award-winning phtographer.
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Pride in the Past

1 February - 10 March

The exhibition will be spread throughout the city and will bring together artefacts documenting the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) story of Chester and Cheshire.
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Louise Rayner: Victorian Watercolours

21 January – 17 April

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

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The Grosvenor Museum’s 12th Open Art Exhibition

9 March - 21 June

Discover the wealth of local creative talent in this diverse and stimulating exhibition, selected from hundreds of entries in open competition. Entry forms now available to download.

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Family events

Until May 2017

Join us for penguin crafts, lantern making, winter watch parade and more.
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Adult events

Until June 2017

Talks, demonstrations, walks and more linked to our exhibitions program and collections.
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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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