• GROSVENOR MUSEUM

  • WEAVER HALL

  • STRETTON WATERMILL

  • LION SALT WORKS

Following the latest government guidance, all West Cheshire Museums will be closed from Thursday 5 November for a minimum of four weeks.

We would like to thank everyone who has visited our museums in the past few months. See you again soon!

Our website and social media will continue to provide things-to-do online as well as the latest information on when we'll next be open.

 

Exhibitions

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Andy Brown's salt and pepper pots

From Betty Boop in a biplane, via some Alien eggs, to Bugs Bunny at the piano, prepare yourself for a new sensation: salt and pepper pot envy. Part of the Lion Salt Works' season of salt and food.

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The Tiger Who Came to Tea

We hope to reopen The Tiger Who Came to Tea at the Grosvenor Museum when restrictions are eased.

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Competitions

Until Monday 30 November

 

Win your own Tiger

Two lucky children will win their very own greedy tiger from the best-selling book The Tiger Who Came to Tea. (Please note: tea not included, please supply your own.)

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Design your own salt and pepper pot

Open to everyone who wants something interesting to look at on the breakfast table.

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More online

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Cheshire Image Bank

The Image Bank is a collection of digital images of photographs, postcards, prints, slides and negatives, all related to Cheshire.

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Children’s activities

Here you will find some fun craft ideas to print out and make at home.

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Adults' crafts

Here you will find some fun crochet and crafts patterns to print out and make at home.

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Learning from home

National curriculum based films and worksheets about the Romans in Chester.

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You're It!

Explore the legacy of childhood games in this mini exhibition.
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Culture from your home

Suggestions on what's available elsewhere online.

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Find our museums

Our sites are spread out across West Cheshire. View them on the map below, or find out more about our museums.