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We are expanding our temporary display programme as we continue to take our collection out into the community.
We currently have four temporary exhibitions around the Borough:
Youthful & Truthful
Youthful & Truthful
Mercer Close Thames Ditton, Surrey , KT7 0BS
May - October 2017
Did the rhymes you were read as a child change the way you view the world? ‘Youthful & Truthful’ pops up in Ditton’s Library this spring to illustrate how literature for children can impact more than just bedtime.
Showcasing the children’s books of Elmbridge Museum, the display will bring back memories with timeless nursery rhymes, relate some of the books to prominent local figures, and explore how children’s books have been used for very adult ends.
‘Youthful & Truthful’ is exactly where you expect to find books – at Dittons Library.
High Street, Esher KT10 9SD,
April - August 2017
As part of the Surrey Museums Month 2017 ‘Surrey Super Women’ theme, Elmbridge Museum is telling the story of 8 local ladies, who have impacted on the world in which we live, in the latest museum display, ‘Everyday Heroines’.
Princesses with houses in Esher, social reformers who fought for what they believed in, and artists who documented their changing world are all represented in the exhibition. This summer, find out more about the women whose legacies continue to make Elmbridge great.
Cedar Road, Cobham, KT11 2AE
August - January 2017
To mark the 10th anniversary of the UK smoking ban in all enclosed work places, Elmbridge Museum presents ‘Puffing Along’: a look at the museum’s collection of smoking equipment and paraphernalia. Starting with clay pipes from the 1800s, the display tells of famous local smokers, the importance of front line smoking during the First World War, and asks how our attitudes to smoking have changed.
54 The Heart, Walton-on-Thames, KT12 1GH
May - September 2017
Walton Library is hosting Elmbridge Museum’s latest display – from Victorian writing slates and gold plated pens to the birth of computerized word processing, 'Write On!' shows how our ways to communicate with each other have changed through time.
For further information on any of our exhibitions, please contact us.