Join the curator to discover some of the fascinating stories behind the objects in Chippenham Museum’s Creative Wiltshire exhibition. These fortnightly Saturday tours are free to enjoy with no booking necessary.
Creative Wiltshire, Chippenham Museum’s first exhibition in its newly opened gallery space, features the work of many influential artists who moved to North Wiltshire during the 20th century. Open until 17 March and free to visit, the exhibition features works by well-known artists such as Howard Hodgkin and Robin Tanner displayed alongside examples of pottery and silver produced in the local area.
Chippenham Museum is free to visit and is run by Chippenham Town Council. The museum tells the story of the people and history of Chippenham and the surrounding villages from prehistoric times up until the present day and is open Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm.