Landscapes of the Mind: The Art of Tristram Hillier

 9th November 2019 - 18th April 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

*Exhibition Lates – every Thursday in March until 7.00 pm* An exhibition of 20th-century British art bringing together 50 works from across the UK including loans from Tate Britain.

Lessons in Form

 14th March 2020 - 18th April 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

A display of artworks by students from West Somerset College produced in response to the paintings of Tristram Hillier and Jenny Barron.

Yoga and Art at the Museum

 1st April 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

Refresh and revitalise body, mind and soul with yoga and art at the museum.

Toddler Explorers – Funky Footprints

 3rd April 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

Discover through play and active learning.

Easter Trail

 4th April 2020 - 18th April 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

Explore the museum with our Easter trail.

Easter Family Fun

 8th April 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

Family activities exploring the spring season.

Talk and Tea – Good Friday

 10th April 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

Discover more about Easter and spring traditions with Hollie King.

Easter Family Fun

 15th April 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

Explore the museum collections with our family activities.

Arborealists

 2nd May 2020 - 4th July 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

An exhibition of artworks by The Arborealists exploring Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks and our connection to the natural world.

Somerset Day and VE Day 75

 8th May 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

Join us as we mark both Somerset Day and the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

Drop In and Draw

 4th June 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

Bring some paper and a pencil and use the gallery spaces to inspire your drawing.

Gallery Drop-In: What did the Romans wear?

 11th July 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

Discover more about what the Romans wore both at home and in battle

The Canterbury Tales

 23rd July 2020

@ The Museum of Somerset

GreenMatthews present their acclaimed adaptation of Geoffrey Chaucer’s timeless classic ‘The Canterbury Tales‘, performed in the museum courtyard.