From September 10, 2012, a 90kg meteorite, possibly the biggest to have ever fallen on the British Isles, will go on display at the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum.
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) have awarded Salisbury Museum a grant of £1,794,600 towards the development of our new Archaeology of Wessex gallery, it has been announced today.
Illyria return to Salisbury Museum this summer with their exciting new production of HMS Pinafore.
This summer's major exhibition (25 May - 29 September) will feature the work of Augustus John, Henry Lamb, Ben Nicholson, John Craxton, Lucian Freud, Stanley Spencer, Elisabeth Frink, William Nich
Salisbury Museum is delighted to announce that it is the winner of the Tourism and Hospitality category in the Salisbury Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards 2012.
We are delighted to announce that the DCMS/Wolfson Fund have awarded £100,000 to the museum towards the development of our new Archaeology of Wessex gallery (working title).
An exciting new Bronze Age hoard discovered in west Wiltshire has just gone on display at Salisbury Museum. It was found a month ago in a field near Tisbury by a metal detectorist.
Constable and Salisbury – Salisbury Museum’s major summer exhibition is now open.
Paintings and drawings of Salisbury by the great landscape artist John Constable are the subject of a major new exhibition at Salisbury Museum, which will be opening on Friday 20 May.
Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum is seeking temporary part-time staff to work as a part of its front-of-house team during our special summer exhibition Constable and Salisbury.
Salisbury Museum is delighted to announce a major exhibition of Constable's work from 20 May – 25 September 2011.
Leading experts on Stonehenge descended on Salisbury Museum to ‘Solve Stonehenge’ in a debate as part of the Museum's 150th anniversary celebrations.
As part of our 150th anniversary celebrations Salisbury Museum is gathering together leading experts on Stonehenge for a public debate about the purpose of the stones.
Salisbury Museum is delighted to announce that we have appointed designers and heritage consultants to help us move forward with our redevelopment plans.
As part of our 150th anniversary celebrations the museum will be joining forces with the Cathedral and other Close attractions and opening its doors for free – all day from 10am to 5pm on Saturday
Salisbury Museum is pleased to announce that we have recently acquired a rare pair of 18th century flint lock pistols.
Salisbury Museum is opening its doors after hours on Friday 14th May as part of the annual, national celebration, Museums at Night.
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has given the green light to Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum to work up plans to create a new gallery revealing the history and archaeology of the Salisbury an
Salisbury Museum is proud to announce that it is the winner of the Tourism and Hospitality category in the Salisbury Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards 2010.
Metal detectorist Sidney Boyce had a lucky find near Longbridge Deverill, Wiltshire.