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CONTACT

Mail :
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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A photo of an Art Bite at Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

Art Bites

Fancy spending half an hour taking a bite-sized look at different aspects of our collections and exhibitions? Admission is free but places are limited. Collect a ticket from our Welcome Desk or call us and we will put one aside for you. Everyone who attends can use their ticket to get a 10 per cent discount in our café afterwards - so you can grab yourself a quick bite to eat too!

Tickets are available now from the Museum Welcome Desk.


February 2016

Art Bite: Portraits Revisited: Mrs Hamar and the Eliot Family

Find out more about the two Reynolds portraits that feature in our 'In the Frame' exhibition.
Wednesday 3 February 2016

Art Bite: War Games: Playing at War

Join us as we take a mini tour around the first part of our 'War Games' exhibition which raises the controversial topic of children re-enacting war.
Wednesday 24 February 2016


March 2016

Art Bite: Portraits Revisited: Raleigh and the Reformers

Find out more about the portraits in our 'In the Frame' exhibition of Sir Walter Raleigh and Johann Friederich, the Elector of Saxony and the Reformers.
Wednesday 9 March 2016

Art Bite: War Games: On the Battlefield

Come and have a more in-depth look around the second section of our 'War Games' exhibition which explores how toys have imitated changing technology.
Wednesday 23 March 2016


April 2016

Art Bite: Portraits Revisited: Haydon and Northcote

Hear more about the portraits of artists Benjamin Robert Haydon and James Northcote that are currently included in our ‘In the Frame’ exhibition.
Wednesday 13 April 2016

Art Bite: War Games: From Reality to Fantasy

Join us in our 'War Games' exhibition for a closer look at the post-World War II changes that were introduced by toy makers and comic publishers.
Wednesday 27 April 2016

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