Have you visited Lowewood Museum?
You may be aware but Epping Forest District Museum also manages Lowewood Museum and puts on a programme of events and services at the site in Hoddesdon.
Lowewood Museum and the building in which it lives has a great history. Most of today’s building dates from the 1750s and has housed a museum since 1935
Lowewood Museum runs a fantastic programme of events and activities. Along with great exhibition and education programmes, the Museum hosts a number of special events during the year, as well as family activities, specialist study days, community events and much more.
Events in 2015
The first temporary exhibition at Lowewood Museum this year is Design Icons. Taking you on a journey from the mischievous Mary Quant to the ground- breaking Nintendo Gameboy, this exhibition explores some of the most recognisable designs of the twentieth century. The exhibition has been curated by 3D Design students from Hertford Regional College as part of Epping Forest District Museum’s Young Curators Programme.
One Thursday a month
10am – 11am, 11am – 12noon
These sessions are for our young visitors. Come along and learn a nursery rhyme, share a story and make a craft. Places need to be booked by calling the museum on 01992 445596.
13 January Humpty Dumpty
12 February Pancake Tuesday
12 March One, Two, Three, Four, Five
Thursdays during school holidays
12noon – 3pm
£1 per child
19 February Vintage Pattern Printing
Along with the newly refurbished Braham Gallery, three other galleries and trails there is always lots to see and do at the museum.
If you haven’t had a chance to visit the Museum (free entry) you can find out more about it here…..link….
Lowewood Museum is open Wednesday to Friday 10am – 4pm and Saturday 10am – 5pm.