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- Pegasus Art Painting Workshops
- Rocks, Minerals and Dinosaurs: A Day of Talks and Demonstrations
- Stroud Childrens Festival
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- Adam White: Palaeontology is a Dangerous Beast
- Deborah Roberts: Grasslands of the Stroud Valleys
- Certaine Wytches: Fear, Myth and Magic
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- Mystery Object
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- Wilf Merrett Postcard Collection Gallery
- Featured Objects - The Lawnmower
- Featured Object - Wallbridge Painting
- Featured Object - Spanners
- Featured Object - Baughan Motorcyle
- Featured Collection - Casein
- Featured Collection - Prinknash Pottery
- Collections Policies
- World War One Commemoration Events
- 2014 - One Man's War
- 2015 - Technology and Innovation
- 2016 - The World at War
- 2017 - The Home Front
- 2018 - Medals, Souvenirs and Legacy
- Echoes in Enamel Project
- Stories from the Collection
- Trephined Skull
- Bragg Clock
- Beaker Boy
- Woolly Mammoths
- Friends of the Museum
- Friends Events
- Friends Contributions
- The Gate to The Secret Garden Print
- The Walled Garden Project
- Walled Garden Plan
- Walled Garden Brief History
- Walled Garden Project Photographs
- Secret Garden Public Photography Day 2013
- The first Walled Garden Residency by Quercus
- Only the Flame Remains: A Collection of Poems
- Museum Volunteers
Historic Motorbike gets a run out for Heritage Open Day
On Sunday 11th September there will be an incredibly rare chance to see the Baughan Motorcycle in motion!
This special Heritage Open Days event celebrates the 70th Anniversary of the Baughan motorcycle winning its last Cotswold Cup.
Join us on Sunday 11th September between 11am and 4pm to see the famous Baughan bike and sidecar undergo its annual maintenance and take its yearly run around the park.
You can also watch original footage of the motorbike in action and view related artefacts and other memorabilia.
The British Motorcycle Charitable Trust will be on site to tell you more about the Baughan Motorcycle and other vintage vehicles. There will also be an opportunity to view our latest acquisition, a portrait of Stroud's very own F1 racing legend Jack Lewis by artist Caroline Jaine.
If that wasn't enough! You will also be able to visit our bite-size display to mark the Tour of Britain coming through Stroud. The small display is about cyclists of the Stroud District who are represented in the collections.
Heritage Open Days is England's biggest festival of history and culture. Every year over four days in September, thousands of events across the country invite you in to explore local treasures of every age, style and function. It’s your chance to see hidden places and try out new experiences – and it’s all FREE.
The Watery World of the Ichthyosaur
The Museum in the Park in Stroud has put on display an amazing 180 million old Ichthyosaur!
Palaeontology is a Dangerous Beast
An amazing exhibition is set to open on 27 May with some exciting family activities planned for the half term school holidays.
Celebrate Museums at Night at the Museum in the Park
Join the Museum in the Park for this special event staged to celebrate Museums at Night – the UK's ‘lates' festival for the culturally curious.
The alternative St Georges Day at The Museum in the Park, Stroud
Stroud's Museum in the Park is set to mark a wonderfully quirky alternative to St George's Day on Sunday 23 April, 3pm–5pm.
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