OVER 200 PAINTINGS of different kinds go on show at Hedon Museum from Saturday 9th March 2013 in a new exhibition on Yorkshire…
LOCAL ARTS GROUPS taken by Diane Rotherforth present a collection of their works which will be displayed at Hedon Museum Saturday 9th March until Wednesday 10th April 2013.
A new exhibition will reveal a collection of old ordnance survey maps of the Holderness area dating from the 1890’s through to the 1930’s.
OPEN AGAIN! After its winter break, Hedon Museum will be open again on Wednesday, February 6th 2013. Downstairs, the Small Room has been rearranged, with costume display complementing the wall panels depicting Hedon in Georgian times. Upstairs in the main Gallery, a recent donation of large historic maps of Holderness will be the first exhibition of the year.
HAYLEY SINGLETON is one of those exhibiting at the Box of Delights at Hedon Museum. Hayley has sent us these photos to whet your appetite for a visit to see the results of these local artisans and crafts people. “Come and see spinning, stick-making, textile art, rag rugs, […]
HEDON MUSEUM is hosting The Box of Delights exhibition. The event opens on Wednesday 17th October 2012 and continues every Saturday and Wednesday, 10am – 4pm, until Wednesday 7th November. Come and see spinning, stick-making, textile art, rag rugs, felting, knitting, jewellery, woodturning and lots of other ‘delightful’ […]
HEDON MUSEUM is currently hosting an exhibition of needlecraft by members of the East Yorkshire Embroiderers’ Guild. Every Wednesday and Saturday, 10am – 4pm. Open until Saturday 13th October 2012.
THE FANTASIA MINIATURE SOCIETY make a welcome return to Hedon Museum today. Expect the exhibition to delight children and adults alike as the world is re-imagined in miniature! At their last visit to Hedon in 2010, as well as the miniature houses and Victorian terrace, one of the […]
ANOTHER EXCELLENT EXHIBITION ends at the Hedon Museum today. Do see it if you can! From Racing to Flying has been running since July and ends its run today (Saturday 18th August 2012). Of particular interest to the Hedon Blogger was to find a picture of “Bunty” – so-called because of […]
HEDON MUSEUM showcases the Hedon Racecourse and Aerodrome in its latest exhibition. The Racecourse, located between Saltend and Hedon, was opened in 1888 and served by its own railway station which brought hundreds of visitors every race day. Apparently at the time it had one of the longest ‘straights’ […]
THE LATEST exhibition from Hedon Museum promises a trip down memory lane as visitors experience what a trip to the seaside used to be like. In days when booking a holiday abroad seems to be more the norm, people tend to forget the great times they used to […]
FOLLOWING ITS APPEAL made over eighteen months ago, to find works of art by Frederick Schultz Smith depicting Holderness scenes, Hedon Museum is to hold an exhibition of drawings and paintings by the artist. Frederick Schultz Smith was born at Worthing in 1860 but came to live in […]