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.
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This month sees a talk on the subject of “Managing the Cerne Abbas Giant” by West Dorset Countryside Manager Robert Rhodes, who will describe the history of the giant and the management required to maintain such an iconic feature (organised by The Friends of Lyme Regis Museum). There is also a wide selection of guided… READ MORE
Starting today (4 October) until the end of November there is a temporary exhibition in the Museum’s Rotunda gallery entitled ‘From the Archives: Lost Buildings of Lyme’ – an exhibition of unseen artworks from the Lyme Regis Museum Collection.
A new exhibition from the Artsfest re-collection project inspired by the Museum’s collections. The Catch by Sarah Thomas is in the Rotunda Gallery from 18th July to 8th September 2013.
“Jurassic Dreams” is the latest in the ongoing re:collection series of exhibitions in the Rotunda gallery at Lyme Regis Museum. The idea behind the series, organised jointly by the Museum and Lyme Regis Artsfest is to encourage local artists to take inspiration from the Museum itself. For this latest installment, Keith Robinson has devised an… READ MORE