To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Laura Ashley label, this exhibition will encapsulate the vision of the romantic heroine that this iconic designer gave to ... view details
The Bowes Museum offers an ongoing programme of exhibitions to complement the display of its permanent collections. These range from major blockbusters often curated by staff, here at the Museum, to touring exhibitions and works on loan from other institutions.
The exhibition programme at The Bowes Museum is supported by Northern Rock Foundation, Durham County Council and Arts Council England through Major Partner Museum funding.
This child-friendly display offers an entertaining, informative and often nostalgic look at the history of toys and games, from the 19th century to the present day. Organised in collaboration with ...more
The Anglo-Saxon Display offers an interesting insight into the history of the Anglo-Saxons in the North East of England. The display includes items from an Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Andrew’s ...more
Henry Poole & Co, the company that created the dinner jacket and which established Savile Row will be the subject of the inaugural exhibition of men’s tailoring and craftsmanship at The ...more
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Laura Ashley label, this exhibition will encapsulate the vision of the romantic heroine that this iconic designer gave to fashion in the 1960s ...more
An entertaining and interactive exhibition brings to life the stories of acclaimed children’s author, Helen Stephens. Named after her most recent book, How to Hide a Lion (nominated in this ...more
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