The museum is holding an Archaeological Finds Surgery on Saturday 12 July from 10 to 3. If you have made archaeological finds that you would like to discover more about, Ciorstaidh Hayward Trevarthen, Dorset County Council's Finds Liaison Officer, is holding a finds surgery.
The museum is located in the heart of the beautiful market town of Wimborne Minster. Discover our stunning Roman wall paintings, the fascinating childhood gallery and a unique Victorian Valentine card collection as the museum tells the story of East Dorset. Explore period rooms from a 17th century hall to the working Victorian kitchen, finding out how life and work has changed in this historic townhouse.
Spring has arrived with the odd April shower. As we all begin to think about getting out into the garden, mowing the lawn and deciding what to plant in the flowerbeds this year, the Friends of the Priest's House Museum are offering the perfect opportunity to pick up a few floral bargains on Saturday 3 May from 10am to 4pm on Wimborne's Minster Green. There will be a good selection of bedding and basket plants to tempt green-fingered customers.
A cycle ride for all the family is planned along the Castleman Trailway from Colehill Memorial Hall to Moors Valley on Sunday 27 April, 10 to 4. This year is the 50th anniversary of the withdrawal of passenger train services from the area.
The Priest’s House Museum Trust and East Dorset Heritage Trust invite you to a talk on 'Do You Really Call That Progress, Mr Marples? – The Politics of Railway Closures in East Dorset' with Professor Colin Divall, Professor of Railway Studies, University of York, on Friday 2 May, 7.30pm in the Hilda Coles Open Learning Centre.
'Lost Tracks – Remembering East Dorset's Railways' is a new exhibition developed by the museum and the East Dorset Heritage Trust, and runs from the 1 April to 30 June. It marks the 50th anniversary of the withdrawal of passenger train services from the area.
The Friends of the Priest’s House Museum invite you to a talk on 'The Streets of Bournemouth' with Professor Vincent May on Thursday 16 January, 7.30pm in the Hilda Coles Open Learning Centre at the museum in Wimborne Minster.
Celebrate the Christmas period by visiting the museum from Saturday 7 to Saturday 21 December, excluding Saturday 14 December, (closed Sundays), 10.30 to 3.30. Admission is FREE, and the house and garden tearoom will be open and festively decorated.
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