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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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Wendy Scott Feb 16
Hanging out with some Saxons today . Pop in and see us!
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Wendy Scott Feb 16
Now we are burying one..
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RutlandCountyMuseum Feb 16
Replying to @RAP_UAV
10am until 3pm
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RutlandCountyMuseum Feb 15
We're preparing for Friday's Anglo-Saxon Day. You can learn about Anglo-Saxons and find out about their clothing, jewellery and how they buried their dead. There will be crafts and the chance to dress up! (Nobody will actually be buried though...)
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 19
An exhibition of work by the Stamford & Rutland Photographic Society is now open at the museum. Drop in (on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 10am-4pm) and be inspired! The exhibition runs until Saturday 3rd March.
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 15
STOP PRESS!!!! Forget Black Friday - Rutland County Museum brings you Jubilant January with the start of our 30% off EVERYTHING (excluding cards and publications) sale!!! That's right - jewelery, toys, homeware... and much, much more whilst stocks last. Rush. 30% is a lot!
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RutlandCountyMuseum Dec 23
Still time to come and look at the art today before we close at 4pm. The museum is open again on Saturday 30th December 10-4. Pop along and look at the wonderful exhibition.
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UppinghamTheatrical Nov 13
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RAF Museum Nov 11
In case your little ones ask about it today here's an online exhibition explaining 'Remembrance'
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RutlandCountyMuseum Nov 11
Have you got your tickets yet for a fantastic night of at on 15th Dec? It is for a fantastic &Rutland . Don't miss out, join in the fun!
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Rutland Council Oct 4
We want to know what social media accounts you think the council should be using?
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jul 13
Colin Ray will be speaking about 'Talking Machines - The History of Recorded Sound' tonight at RCM. Admission is free, we start at 7:30pm.
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RutlandCountyMuseum May 25
A Roman box flue tile. Hot air ran through them in Roman Baths and villas as part of a heating system.
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RutlandCountyMuseum May 18
A fantastic Late / Early specimen - a block of 6 Ichthyosaurus vertebrae. These animals gave birth to live young.
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RutlandCountyMuseum May 17
today we're working with this fantastic mid 6th Century (Anglo-Saxon) brooch with fine chip carving. Found in Market Overton.
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RutlandCountyMuseum May 11
Our beautiful amber, glass & stone beads. They've inspired part of our July :
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Origami Films May 5
Thank you for the sold out screening of and the outstanding donation to -night
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RutlandCountyMuseum May 4
this week, we worked with these Thistleton and Market Overton Roman brooches. Made of copper, the enamel shows as vivid colours
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RutlandCountyMuseum Apr 5
is a Victorian ear trumpet! Beautifully decorated, its funnel shape amplifies sound. Pop to RCM to vote for next month's!
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RutlandCountyMuseum Mar 31
Have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes? Check out our new blog post to find out:
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