• 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.

We are pleased to announce that the Museum and The Tiger Who Came To Tea exhibition will reopen on Wednesday 2 December.

To ensure the safety of staff and visitors we have introduced revised opening times and pre-booking for all museums.

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Please note there are no separate booking arrangements for our free Tiger Who Came to Tea exhibition, just pre-book a visit to the museum as normal.

 

The Tiger Who Came To Tea, new exhibition coming soon

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Cheshire Image Bank

The Image Bank is a collection of digital images of photographs, postcards, prints, slides and negatives, all related to Cheshire.

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Children’s activities

Here you will find some fun craft ideas to print out and make at home.

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Adults' crafts

Here you will find some fun crochet and crafts patterns to print out and make at home.

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Schools

National curriculum based films and worksheets about the Romans in Chester.

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Sir John Brunner

This mini exhibition celebrates the life of Sir John Brunner, an entrepreneur, philanthropist and social reformer who improved the lives of people in Northwich, Cheshire.

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Culture from your home

Suggestions on what's available elsewhere online.

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