Corinium Museum

The Corinium Museum tells the story of the early Cotswolds through archaeological displays unearthed across the district. It has some exquisite finds including a collections of some of the best preserved mosaics in the country. The museum covers the periods prehistory, Roman (the largest collection), Anglo-Saxon and Medieval with a little bit of Civil War and 18th/19th century. Many of the objects are testimony to the work of the ancient artisan - with bronze, silver and gold smithing, stone sculpture, mosaic patterns, glass works and ceramic creations, there is a wealth of work from the past to inspire the present.

Our temporary exhibition space offers artists and craftspeople a space for display and the shop and Visitor Information Centre share more artist’s work and places to go for the visiting public.


 

Address
Corinium Museum
Park Street,
Cirencester,
Gloucestershire, 
GL7 2BX

 

T 01285 655611
coriniummuseum@slm-ltd.co.uk
W coriniummuseum.org

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