Exhibitions

Harston Painters

Saturday 28th July-Saturday 22nd September

A showcase of art work by Harston Painters group from Harston Village, South Cambridgeshire.

Open Wednesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays, 10am-5pm, last admission 4.45pm


Admission Free

Facing Rob Roy

Image of Liam Neeson as Rob Roy
Facing Rob Roy

Thursday 13 September – Saturday 6 October

Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the publication of Walter Scott’s novel Rob Roy, this one-off pop-up exhibition explores the changing faces of Scotland’s “Robin Hood”.

From Macready to Liam Neeson, from Barcelona to Broadway.

Vintage playbills, film leaflets, illustrations and twentieth century comics explore the constant recreation of the Scottish folk hero.

Free Admission

Royston and the Great War

A poster for the exhibition titled Royston and the Great War. On at Royston Museum from 13th October - 17th November. Includes a photo of soldiers lined up on Royston Railway Station during the First World War.
Royston and the Great War

Saturday 13 October – Saturday 17 November

An exhibition to mark the centenary of the Armistice.

Research by the What Royston Did Project, this exhibition brings to life the names of the men on Royston’s War Memorial.  Discover more about them and what life was like for those still in Royston during the war.

Free Admission