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Powell-Cotton Museum
One of the UK's most fascinating visitor attractions. An astounding collection of African and Asian wildlife and ethnography. Alongside Quex House and Gardens.
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Powell-Cotton Museum Nov 26
Replying to @WildParakeetsUK
Hi Hazel. This was a specially arranged session for the group to look at objects not on display. We hope to arrange more sessions in the future.
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Powell-Cotton Museum Nov 26
Today we are welcoming our first samurai sword special interest group. Getting some great insights into our collection.
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Powell-Cotton Museum Nov 15
The magnetic picture wall is up in our new storytelling area! Soon families will be able to create their own African Savannah adventure against this amazing backdrop. Outreach officer Manny is giving a bit of a demonstration!
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Powell-Cotton Museum Nov 2
Looking for something to do before the fireworks this Saturday? Come down to the Powell-Cotton for our Japanese Cultural Day event!
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 30
Looking for something to do this Saturday? Come and join us for our Japanese Cultural Day! Details at
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 27
Replying to @OllieDouglas
Very true!
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 26
Replying to @OllieDouglas
Thanks! your link identified something else stored with it! We aren’t as expert on 19th century social history as we are with dead animals!
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 26
Another mystery object. Found in the stores with a few tools and other mystery items. But what is it?
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SouthSudanMuseumNet Oct 17
A funded PhD in Durham/Oxford on EPs Zande collections from South Sudan NOTE: UK/EEA people only are eligible. To begin Jan '18
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 17
We love it when museums work together. have sent us a list of all the Powell-Cotton objects in their collection. So useful!
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 13
We’ll keep you updated on our progress. Don’t rate the chances of both bits being in the same place!
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 13
Replying to @kathleenlawther
True - that's if we can find it! Ah, nothing is simple.
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 13
Replying to @JackDAshby @flygirlNHM
Unfortunately we don't have any flies or marsupials. If we did, you know we'd give them pride of place!
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 13
‘Object has been cut in two for convenience of packing’. Guess object integrity wasn’t a priority in 1937!
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 13
Replying to @inky_r @JackDAshby
He’s called Gerald. We might have names for all our animals....
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 13
Interesting fact: the grevvy’s zebra was probably attacked by a lion before Powell-Cotton caught it. It has claw marks down its rump.
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 13
Replying to @JackDAshby
We hope you enjoy your visit!
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Jack Ashby Oct 13
This diorama is amazing, complete with butterflies and weaverbird nests. All the was done by the legendary Roland Ward.
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 6
we know about collections and but would love to hear from any other museums that hold his work.
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Powell-Cotton Museum Oct 6
Today we are researching our collection of pots from the Azande Potter Mbitim. Do any other museums have his work?
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