St Albans Museum hits one million visitor milestone

St Albans Museum + Gallery reached the million visitor milestone in February, six years after opening its doors in 2018. Photo credit: Stephanie Belton

St Albans Museum + Gallery reached the milestone in February, six years after opening its doors in 2018 and following a £7.5million restoration project. 

The museum’s recent recognition as a National Portfolio Organisation by Arts Council England secured access to additional funding and will ensure an elevated offering of exhibitions and events in the coming years.

Catherine Newley, audience development manager at St Albans Museums, said: “It is a huge achievement to have welcomed one million visitors and we are thrilled that so many people have chosen our historic venue as a place to enjoy arts and culture.

“In just under 6 years, there have been 45 exhibitions as well as countless smaller community displays ensuring that there is always something different for visitors to see each time they visit.”

Visitors can hop along to St Albans Museums’ venues this Easter holiday to enjoy current exhibitions, events, workshops and activities for all ages, including taking part in an archaeological dig. For an overview of events follow this link: https://www.stalbansmuseums.org.uk/whats-on?page=0

St Albans Museum + Gallery is free to visit and open to the public every day 11am – 5pm.

 

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