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Mary Anning Day 2014

Mary Anning Day 2014

Posted on: 12th May 2014

Saturday May 17th is Mary Anning Day, when Lyme Regis Museum celebrates the birthday of our famous fossilist with a range of events to suit everyone. On Saturday, the Museum will be offering Free Entrance for the day, Fossil Polishing on the Terrace at pocket money prices and a free afternoon talk at 2.30 pm… READ MORE

Mary Anning Day 2014

EVENTS: Coming up in May

Posted on: 1st May 2014

There are several events at the Museum this month: Lyme Regis Fossil Festival (Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th May): Schools day on Friday with lots of activities for everyone over the weekend “Know your Fossils” (Saturday 10th May): A talk and hands on experience of local fossils with the Museum’s geologists. Mary Rose Coach Tour… READ MORE

COMING SOON: Fossil Fest

Posted on: 12th April 2014

Just three weeks from now, over the weekend of May 3rd and 4th, Lyme’s Fossil Fest returns with a new theme of “Citizens’ Science”. Lyme Regis Museum will be joining in the action by offering Free Admission to the building on Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th May where visitors will have a chance… READ MORE

EVENTS: Fun with Fossils

Posted on: 6th April 2014

Wednesday April 9th is free entry day at Lyme Regis Museum. Come and see our collections of fossils and local history. We have two special exhibitions on show too; “REPHOTOGRAPHY” by Woodroffe School’s sixth form photography students, on the ground floor, and, in the Rotunda, “Drawing Inspiration”, a display of local landscape pictures. FOSSIL POLISHING… READ MORE

EVENTS: Coming up in April

EVENTS: Coming up in April

Posted on: 1st April 2014

There are three talks this month: 2.30pm Wednesday 2nd April in the Guildhall: “The Day the Earth Moved: The Great Landslip of 1839” – an illustrated talk by Professor Chris Paul as part of the Drawing Inspiration Project running all the way along the Jurassic Coast at this time (see also the current exhibition mentioned… READ MORE

COMING SOON: Next month's exhibition

COMING SOON: Next month’s exhibition

Posted on: 16th March 2014

Next month will see a new exhibition at the Museum: “Lyme Landscape: Outstanding in Natural Beauty” – a Drawing Inspiration exhibition celebrating our local landscapes by Lyme Regis Museum. In the Rotunda Gallery from 2nd April to 5th May 2014.

EVENTS: Coming up in March

Posted on: 1st March 2014

There are two talks this month: 2.30pm Thursday 6th March at Woodmead Halls: “The Wonders of Glass” – an illustrated talk by Alan Leadbetter on the history and uses of glass. Organized by the Friends of Lyme Regis Museum. 2.30pm Tuesday 25th March at Woodmead Halls: “Monique Bellingham – Lyme’s Canadienne” – an illustrated talk… READ MORE

EVENTS: Coming up in February

EVENTS: Coming up in February

Posted on: 2nd February 2014

There are two talks this month: 2.30pm Thursday 6th February at Woodmead Halls: A talk by Tony Smale entitled “The Code Breakers of Bletchley Park”, giving a fascinating insight into this vital WWII story. Organized by the Friends of Lyme Regis Museum. 2.30pm Tuesday 25th February at Woodmead Halls: Will Best of Manor Farm, Godmanstone… READ MORE

EVENTS: Coming up in January

EVENTS: Coming up in January

Posted on: 23rd January 2014

The current exhibition in the Museum’s Rotunda gallery is “Blurring the Boundaries”: illustration and painting by Carolyn King – including the fun and factual book The Fish Lizard of Lyme. There are also plenty of Fossil walks this month.

NEWLY ADDED: Lost Buildings of Lyme

NEWLY ADDED: Lost Buildings of Lyme

Posted on: 4th December 2013

The recent exhibition “From the archives : Lost Buildings of Lyme” proved so popular with visitors that we have decided to share some of the highlights with a wider audience by putting them on this website. You can find them in the Exhibitions section – a fascinating collection of artworks depicting buildings in the town… READ MORE