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Rutland County Museum is the perfect introduction to England’s smallest county, with displays of archaeology, history and rural life.
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RutlandCountyMuseum Feb 15
⚡️ “The Museum is 50 This Year!”
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RutlandCountyMuseum Feb 15
Our next week will be celebrating the Chinese Drop in on Monday 18 Feb (1.30-3.30pm) or Wednesday 20 Feb (10am-12noon or 1.30-3.30pm). No need to book and it's just £2 per child (under 4s and adults free!)
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 25
Opening tomorrow, Arts For Rutland Youth Open Art Exhibition running from January 26th until February 22nd. Come and spot the next David Hockney!
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 25
Marc Allum (Antiques Roadshow) and Duke's Auctioneers will be at Rutland County Museum on Wednesday 30th January 2019 from 10am - 3pm for a free valuation day. For more information contact Ginny Heathcote Ball on 01664 454426 ginnyhball@gmail.com
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 18
Look out for our programme of events and displays to mark this milestone. This photo shows some of the work being undertaken during 1967/68 to convert the old Riding School - we have cleaned up since then!
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 18
Rutland County Museum celebrates its 50th birthday this year! The museum was officially opened on 12th May 1969 by the Duchess of Gloucester. This was the culmination of ten years of hard work by the 'Friends of the Museum' to establish a county museum.
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 18
Toddle Talk Signing sessions are held on Wednesdays at 9.45 and 10.35am at Rutland County Museum. If you live in Rutland theses sessions are FREE and suitable for babies from 5 months up to 3 years. To book a place please call Visions Children’s Centre on 01572 758383.
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 11
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RutlandCountyMuseum Dec 15
To make you smile on this cold, cold day...
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RutlandCountyMuseum Dec 8
We have a limited amout of poppies from the Oakham Castle poppy display still for sale at Rutland County Museum. All sales and donations go to the British
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RutlandCountyMuseum Nov 7
Antiques Roadshow Specialist Marc Allum will be here at Rutland County Museum on Monday 12th November from 10am - 3pm. He will be offering free valuations for all your antiques and collectables. For more info contact Ginny Heathcote Ball ginnyhball@gmail.com
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RutlandCountyMuseum Oct 11
'Remembrance 100', our new exhibition opens this Saturday 13th October. It commemorates the centenary of the end of the First World War and 100 years of women voting. The exhibition and Museum are FREE to visit!
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jul 27
Dear all, Bad news I am afraid... the cafe has had to be cancelled today due to the heat. Hopefully, everything will back to normal next week.
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jul 20
Our beautiful exhibition is proving to be very popular with quilters and non sewers alike. Running until 15th September, the pieces highlights the amount of work involved in every stitch.
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jul 18
"Excellent exhibition of quilts and very interesting, a great museum!" Just one of our lovely comments in our visitors book for our quilt exhibition and museum. Why not take a look yourself :-)
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jul 13
Our beautiful new exhibition "All Shapes and Sizes: Quilts from The Quilters' Guild Collection" officially opens tomorrow and runs until 15th September... however if you would like a sneaky peak the displays are up and ready to view today!
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jul 6
Replying to @rutlandmuseum
Yes, they are here! Will be busy displaying them all next week
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jul 5
We are very excited! Waiting for the quilts from Quilters Guild Collection to arrive today, ready for our next exhibition. It opens on July 14th!!
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RutlandCountyMuseum Apr 27
Replying to @V_and_A @MuseumWeek
Hi Kitty, We hope you are having a great time and learning about new things. Museums are great!
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Oakham C of E Primary School Apr 24
As part of their 'Vile Victorian' topic learning, Year 5&6 paid a visit to the Oakham Museum and was able to experience what life was actually like during this particular era. An electronic device was nowhere to be seen! :O
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