Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 19 May 2022
NUNEATON MUSEUM visitors will have the opportunity to get ‘hands on’ with some of the Museum’s ‘wonderful’ transportation artefacts this Saturday (21 May).
They will be able to do so in the ‘Hands on History’ session, running from 11am to 4pm, where attendees can take a journey through ice, snow, water, and even the town’s everyday streets, as the Museum curators reveal objects from their collection themed exclusively around transportation.
The session is entirely free – and there is no need to book in advance.
Those interested are able to drop-in to the Picture Gallery, where they can come, see, hold and be inspired by the many travel items.
Whilst inside, there are a wide array of other exhibitions to see after this.
These include a ‘last chance’ to look at Japanese sword guards, a craft and needlework exhibition from Nuneaton’s Festival of Arts, and an exhibition discovering the natural world through cyanotypes by Anne Guest.