An special exhibition of items belonging to Cromwell
16 October 2018 – 13 January 2019 (during normal museum opening hours)
A very rare opportunity to see some personal objects belonging to Oliver Cromwell from the private collection of one of his direct descendants, which have not been seen in public for over half a century. These include a pair of Cromwell’s gloves, his baby gown, several portrait miniatures and a remarkable door lock used to secure his bedroom whilst he was Lord Protector.
Up Close with the Cromwell Collection
Wednesday 24th October at 7.30pm
Join us for a tour of the Cromwell Museum and its collections with the museum’s curator Stuart Orme. Discover some of the stories behind this world class collection of objects, with a rare opportunity to see some of the treasures outside of their cases.
Tickets are £6 for adults, £5 for concessions. Places are limited – to book call us on 01480 708008 or e-mail: email@example.com
Autumn Lecture Programme
Tickets will be available from the Museum or online via Eventbrite
21st November : Anne Fanshawe ‘The Life and Times of a Civil War Heroine’ by author and broadcaster Lucy Moore.
28th November :Portraits of the English Civil War’ by Angus Haldane
5th December :‘Oliver Cromwell: Myth and Reality’ by Professor John Morrill
Tickets cost £10 or £25 for all three talks. ( Discounts for students and Friends of the Museum)