Wild Art: Nature Re-imagined

‘Wild Art: Nature Re-imagined’ is an exhibition of photography, sculpture and painting by the brothers Andrew and David Neal. Fascinated by nature since childhood, they explored the Somerset countryside on family walks and cycle adventures in the 1940s and 1950s. Entry is FREE – see the exhibition. Open until 31 December.

Autumn Talks & Events

The museum’s autumn programme of heritage and history talks and events has been announced. See programme & book


Join the Collegium Singers for a musical voyage through Europe’s leading capitals, with music ranging from Monteverdi to Mozart

Events include: Writing to a Ghost ~  The Haunt of the Hippo: The Ice Age in Southern England ~ Coleridge and Kubla Khan ~ Mick Aston Memorial Lecture ~ Collegium Singers: The Grand Tour ~ Terrible Tales and Ghostly Goings On ~ On the Wings of Love? See programme & book

October Half Term & Halloween

Dinosaurs and dragons will be taking over the museum for October half term. Dino Day is on Sunday 23 October followed by dragon arts, crafts, stories and trails throughout the week. On Monday 31 October families can explore the museum in the dark on the spookiest night of the year for Halloween. See what’s on and when.