The Museum and Art Gallery has three galleries which house regularly changing temporary and touring art exhibitions. There are also galleries devoted to permanent displays of George Eliot, Local History and fine art.
Temporary exhibition spaces are allocated through an application process open to all.
Forthcoming exhibitionsCrump is better than Yashin
Artist Barry Wheway has produced a collection of photographs that document the passion and pride, of life at Nuneaton Boro' football club. Visitors will have the chance to win one of the images from the exhibition by voting for their favourite photographs.
Right Here, Right Now
A touring exhibition of contemporart art collected by museums in the midlands. This exhibition features painting, pottery, film, sculpture and mixed media. Grayson Perry's 'Who am I?' will sit alongside pieces by local artists Alisha Miller and Jo Connell.
Opening hoursMonday - Closed (Except Bank Holidays)
Tuesday - Saturday 10.30 - 4.30
Sunday - 2.00 - 4.30
Getting thereThe Museum is located in Riversley Park near Ropewalk shopping centre just off Coton Road and Vicarage Street. Appoximately 10 minutes walk from Nuneaton train station and 3 minutes walk from the town centre. long and Short stay car parks are nearby.
The Museum and Art Gallery building encompasses a Tea Room providing a range of coffees, lunches and teas.
The Tea Room has the same opening hours as the museum, with the addition of Monday (10.30am - 4.30pm).
Museum Gift Shop
Visit our shop for a range of unusual gifts, from items inspired by the collections, to souvenirs of your visit, fine art cards and children's gifts at pocket money prices.
Shop development facilitated by Arts & Business.
Museum internal and external photos (4)Click on the images to enlarge