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Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery
Plymouth City Council
Plymouth PL1 2AA
Phone :
01752 304774
Email :
museum@plymouth.gov.uk
Fax :
01752 304775

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Exhibitions and Displays

Uncovered Season
September to December 2014

Whitehorse Hill: A Prehistoric Dartmoor Discovery

See the amazing archaeological finds from a prehistoric burial site discovered in a remote spot on Dartmoor for the very first time! This is a partnership exhibition with the Dartmoor National Park Authority
Now on display! Until Saturday 13 December 2014

Walk On: From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff - 40 Years of Art Walking

A major touring exhibition that examines the many ways that artists since the 1960s have undertaken the universal act of taking a walk as a means to create new art.
Now on display! Until Saturday 13 December 2014


Picture This Season
January to May 2015

In the Frame: Plymouth's Portraits Revealed

See our newest acquisition - an early self-portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds - as well as portraits of characters in the collection who are new or rarely seen.
Saturday 13 December 2014

Open for Business

Nine of the world’s leading photographers document contemporary British manufacturing. Their images take us from traditional, handmade crafts to modern, intelligent automation; from foundries and assembly lines to research laboratories and high tech cleanrooms.
17 January to 12 March 2015

Beauty and Power: Plymouth's Greatest Gift -
The Cottonian Collection

Come and discover more about this outstanding collection, its most precious items and the men who built it, 100 years after it was gifted to the City Museum and Art Gallery
24 January to 9 May 2015

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Witness the Natural History Museum’s annual exhibition which celebrates the drama and splendour of the natural world.
28 March to 30 May 2015


Looking ahead

Fallen Emperor: Napoleon in Plymouth Sound in 1815

In the summer of 1815, for nine dramatic days, HMS Bellerophon was anchored in Plymouth Sound with the self-styled French Emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte on board. Our exhibition will be centred on the popular painting from our collections by Jules Girardet and will explore the differing perceptions of Napoleon on his journey to Plymouth.
23 May to 26 September 2015

Mystery, Magic and Midnight Feasts: The Many Adventures of Enid Blyton

Immerse yourself in the world of Enid Blyton - one of the best-selling writers for children of all time - with this exhibition from Seven Stories, National Centre for Children's Books.
17 June to 5 September 2015


Please note: for exhibitions that are in development, details are sometimes subject to change. If you are making a special trip to visit an exhibition or display we strongly advise that you keep checking this website for the most up-to-date information or call us on 01752 304774.