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Right Here, Right Now: 21st-Century Art

1 January - 8 May
The 21st century ‘comes of age’ in 2018. Arranged around the themes of people and animals, landscapes and buildings, still life, faith and abstraction, the exhibition celebrates the quality and diversity of art made since the year 2000.

Minted: Making Money and Meaning

1 January - 4 March
The Grosvenor Museum has an amazing money collection containing coins, tokens, jettons and paper money.

Guided Walking Tours of Chester with the Guild of Chester Tour Guides

1 January - 1 September
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Your guide will lead you on a captivating journey through 2,000 years of history, taking in all the main sites along the way, including the Rows, Walls, River and the exterior of the Cathedral.

Sam Ryley: Finding the Wild

27 January - 11 March
Coin Gallery Sam Ryley is a Chester based professional photographer who over the last five years has taken on the challenge of becoming a wildlife photographer.

From Icon to Red Square: Paintings by Adrian Sumner, inspired by the art of Russia

10 February - 7 May
The radical and prophetic art of the Russian Avant-Garde, filtered through Adrian’s unique way of contrasting and complimenting cultural references old and new.


24 February - 18 March
Chester is famous for its Roman remains, but our museum’s collections hold objects from other ancient civilisations too.

Aelfflaed, Abbess of Whitby

28 February @ 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Aelfflaed, Abbess of Streoneshalh (Whitby, North Yorkshire) in the early eighth century, wielded an exceptional level of political influence.

Grosvenor Museum ‘Quiet’ Afternoon

2 March @ 3.00pm - 4.30pm
Aimed at those who enjoy a ‘quieter’ visit to the museum, including people living with autism and their families and carers.

Civilisations: Roman Stones Gallery Tour

3 March @ 2.00pm - 2.45pm
The amazing collection of Roman tombstones from Chester tell us so much about the people who set them up and how they lived.

Sybil Song Sunday

4 March @ 1.30pm - 3.30pm
The museum recently acquired a portrait of Sybil, Marchioness of Cholmondeley, who established the Cholmondeley Prize for poetry in 1966.
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