After a busy summer following its long-awaited reopening in May this year, Trowbridge Museum has a fabulous programme of events and activities scheduled for the October half Term.

From Thursday 21st October, there will be a whole week of varied activities for all the family to enjoy, from making Devilish Door Signs, upcycling an old T-shirt, to learning how to make an autumn sun print, and dropping in to a scrap ‘Medieval Make’ session. Much of the activity will take place in the brand new learning hub located on the Museum’s new upper level.

If you’ve yet to visit the Museum, you’ll find that there are now two floors of galleries to explore, covering the varied and fascinating history of Trowbridge from the 11th century up to the present day. The famous and ever popular Mouse Hunt activity is also available every day, and it’s been made more challenging than ever!

Find out more on the Trowbridge Museum website and be sure to check the Museum’s FacebookInstagram and twitter pages for updates.

Please note, due to a number of reasons some of the planned events and activities for the advertised Heritage Festival in October 2021 have had to be rescheduled for  2022: the Museum apologises for any inconvenience this may cause.

Also, as part of the Accreditation process for Trowbridge Museum, the staff need to survey who is and who isn’t visiting. Please take a few minutes to fill in a very quick survey at the link below.
If  the survey could be passed on to any friends or family, that would be greatly appreciated.

The Museum looks forward to reading all responses received.