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Exhibitions and displays

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Stevenage Suffrage Stories
14 December - 9 March

A photographic exhibition showing iconic images of the Suffragettes and their fight for the vote alongside some of the local stories uncovered as part of a Heritage Lottery Funded project working with local young people.

The Windrush: seasons of migration and settlement will now open in March 2019

When the new town was built, people came from far and wide to make their homes here. This exhibition will explore the story of those who made the journey from the Caribbean, often via London, and their contributions to the town. If you’d like to get involved, please contact the museum. There are some great trips planned to the Black Cultural Archive and Tilbury docks. We are also collecting memories and photographs.

Foyer Display

Foyer exhibition of a collections of paintings by CM Thompson, a Hertfordshire artist

CM Thompson, a Hertfordshire artist

See some recently acquired paintings by the artist Constance Margaret Thompson, who lived at Rooks Nest Lodge just before the First World War, alongside personal photos and letters.

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Opening times

Wednesday to Friday 10am - 4.30pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm 
Closed on Bank Holidays

Contact details

Stevenage Museum
St George's Way

01438 218881

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