Topic: Manifesto

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery wins 2015 Family Friendly Museum Award...

Congratulations Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery!

The 120-year-old Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery in Carlisle, Cumbria, close to the England-Scotland border, has Tudor racing bells, Georgian ball gowns, Suffragette photographs, over 100,000 insects, 16th century bandits’ armour and one of the oldest violins in the world.

It welcomes toddlers … Read more

Added: September 24, 2015Comments: 0

The Whitworth receives the Art Fund Museum of the Year 2015 award...

Huge congratulations to our friends and Manifesto supporters the Whitworth on winning the Art Fund Museum of the Year 2015 award.

The Whitworth, which is part of the University of Manchester receives £100,000 Art Fund prize – the biggest museum prize in the world.

The gallery … Read more

Added: July 7, 2015Comments: 0

70% of UK families have never visited London...

A survey of 2,000 parents recently conducted by the Royal Garden Hotel has found that a massive 70% of UK families have never visited London, with 38% of those surveyed believing a trip to the Capital was too expensive.

31% of parents believed that London museums charge for entry, but ironically, 33% … Read more

Added: May 15, 2015Comments: 2

Festival of Museums...

Festival of Museums, Scotland is happening right now until the 17 May, so make sure you check it out this weekend.

Museums and galleries across Scotland (including many of our Manifesto supporters) have pulled together a range of inspiring and interactive events and activities the whole family will love, including … Read more

Added: May 15, 2015Comments: 0

Museums at Night is back!...

The UK’s annual after-hours festival of arts, culture and heritage takes place 13-16 May and this year, there’s even more for families to enjoy.

During Museums at Night, hundreds of museums, galleries and historic spaces throughout the UK, including many of our Manifesto supporters, will stay open late to … Read more

Added: May 8, 2015Comments: 0

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