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Museum in the Park

Stroud Category Museums & Galleries, For the Family
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With over 4,000 objects on display, including dinosaur bones, historical paintings and even one of the world’s first lawnmowers, there is something to spark the interest of all visitors!

In addition to the main displays in the mansion house, there is a modern extension which houses a small gift shop and café area, alongside two art galleries in which exhibit a superb range of artists, both local and international.

The Museum is very proud to have something to offer visitors of all ages and enthusiastically welcome families and groups. The displays were designed, as far as possible, with everyone in mind. Many of the rooms contain interactives and toys, and some even sport peep holes into the cabinets at a child friendly height!

Perhaps you’d like to try your hand at a workshop, pause for thought in the galleries, attend a talk or enjoy a quiz for the whole family. With their diverse collection and exciting events programme they truly do offer something for everyone.

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