St Georges Way
Stevenage Museum is a lively community service working with local people and groups to present a full programme of projects, exhibitions and events.
Our permanent displays show life in the town from pre-history to the present day. You can time travel with Sam on a trail for the under eights. Use a touch screen computer to access the photographic collection. Listen to oral history recordings recalling the history of the town and its people. Visit our 1950's kitchen and lay the table for tea.
Closed: Bank Holidays
Free admission to the Museum, but there is a charge for some events.
Witch Hunt 20 November-15 January2011
The story of the Witch trials that took place at the time of the English Civil war in the mid 1600's and the later trial in 1712 of the local women,Jane Wenham of Walken,the last person convicted of witchcraft in Englandd
Agriculture, Archaeology, Archives, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Fine Art, Industry, Natural Sciences, Photography, Social History, Weapons and War
Join in the fun with stories, art and craft, games and a snack, with each week taking a different theme. Sessions are monthly on a Monday between 13.30 and 14.30.
How to obtain
Booking in advance is essential and sessions cost £1 per family.
Enjoy Saturday art and craft activities for all the family, each week with a different seasonal theme. Sessions are drop-in and children must be accompanied by an adult. Sessions take place once a month on a Saturday, 14.00-16.00.
How to obtain
Check the Stevenage Museum website for specific dates. Activities are offered on a drop-in basis. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01438 218881 for further details.