Hedon Museum is exhibiting the work of a prestigious artist who this year had her painting displayed at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Exhibition runs until Sat 13 Oct. Opening times – every Wednesday and Saturday 10am – 4pm. FREE ADMISSION. Tea, coffee and biscuits are available. Souvenirs and books for sale.
“Have you ever wondered what they did in the dark ages when you suffered with migraines?” asks Hedon Museum’s Katy Miller. “The answer might make you very happy you live in 2018! In ancient times, holes might be drilled into a person’s skull if they were behaving in […]
For this exhibition ONLY Hedon Museum will be opening for five days a week! For just a month you’ll be able to visit the Museum from Tuesday to Saturday. Opening times at 10am – 4pm. Exhibition runs Wednesday 27th June – Saturday 28th July. FREE ADMISSION.
History in handkerchiefs! Hedon Museum was so impressed by Kate Dennett’s informative and beautiful exhibition, back in 2016, that they just had to have her back! Kate Dennett’s collection of historical handkerchiefs began in the West Indies during the 1970s, where an elegant lace handkerchief laying on the […]
Hedon Museum Exhibitions 2018 “This year at the Hedon Museum exhibitions we have the full range of art in many themes and styles, local history and two anniversaries – the NHS and the Armistice.” – Katy Miller, Hedon Museum. Information about Hedon Museum exhibitions at the museum website. […]
Due to unforeseen circumstances, there has been a CHANGE to the advertised programme of EXHIBITIONS at Hedon Museum:
EXHIBITION extended until Sat 16 July – NEW family-friendly exhibition at Hedon Museum: Displays of toys, books, clothing, and prams…
“Hedon Museum owes a massive thank you to Julie Marshall, who took a ‘temporary’ position as Exhibitions Manager 16 years ago, and has decided it is time to move onto other things.”
The display by the Fireside Quilters looks beautiful. Perhaps one of the most colourful exhibits ever at the Hedon Museum! Open on Wednesdays and Saturdays 10am-4pm with the final day being Saturday, 4th June 2016.
AN EXHIBITION of work by the Fireside Quilters takes place at Hedon Museum from Saturday 7th May to Saturday 4th June 2016…
This is Charlie Mason’s Commando Knife – he would have used it against enemy troops if fascist forces invaded Britain in 1940. One of the last chances to see this fascinating exhibition of the East Riding’s secret resistance organisation at Hedon Museum…
The British Resistance Organisation in World War II would make sure that Nazi invaders would not have found the East Riding a comfortable or safe place to serve!