16 July 2016 – 15 January 2017
Magna Carta was a touring exhibition from Castle Hedingham Parish Council, exploring the importance of Magna Carta for in medieval Essex. The exhibition explored the world of kings, knights and barons and even featured a life-size Robert de Vere!
20 February – 3 July 2016
Ocean World offered an opportunity to discover giant and tiny sea creatures in a marine exhibition, created with the Travelling Natural History Museum. We found out what has been living in our oceans from ancient times to the present day.
Visions of the World
14 February – 16 August.
Visions of the World was a touring exhibition from the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) showcasing some of the most spectacular images taken by travellers, explorers and scientists as they have travelled to new lands and discovered new cultures.
Uttlesford: A Community of Collectors
29 August 2015 – 7 February 2016.
We discovered the collections of ordinary people in our local community in Uttlesford: A Community of Collectors, the result of a special collaborative project between the museum and our community. Participants attended workshops to learn how to care for, display and interpret their collections.
North West Essex at War
2 August – 1 February 2015.
To mark the centenary of World War I, we hosted an exhibition showing how both the First and Second World Wars affected the people of North West Essex.
16 November – 23 February 2014. A collaborative exhibition that brings together 300,000 years of Egyptian history with contemporary artworks by acclaimed Egyptian artist Khaled Hafez, and members of the community inspired by the objects on display.