Upcoming events at the museum or organised by the museum. Unless otherwise stated, all events will be in The Learning Centre, on the top floor of the museum (Level 3 in the lift). All events in the museum will be fully accessible, but we cannot guarantee that those outside will be. For more information and to book, visit Art Tickets or drop in to the museum and pay at the welcome desk. Places are limited, so buy in advance to secure your place.


All museum talks are £6 per person – you will receive 10% discount in the café on the day of a lunchtime talk. Present your ticket/receipt in the café to receive this offer.

Lunchtime talks, 1 p.m.

Evening talks, 7.30 p.m.

The Best Prehistoric Landscape Outside Wessex?

Wednesday 30th August

Join us for an evening talk by Keith Fitzpatrick-Matthews

This talk will look at the development of Therfield Heath’s complex landscape, which has attracted the attention of antiquaries and archaeologists for almost two centuries.

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Kid’s Activities

Toddler Music, Story, & Facepainting Sessions

Summer Crafts

Make a pot & plant a cucumber!

Thursday 27th July, 10.45am, 12pm

Come on down to the museum this summer and get crafty – make your own pot and plant a cucumber.

Take them home and watch them grow!

£3.50 per child

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Bunny Activities

 3 – 31 August,  10.45am & 12 pm 

Come on down to the museum this summer and get crafty – we have lots of bunny-themed craft activities happening!

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Workshops and Sessions


Lino Print Classes – Monthly

7 – 9 pm

£28 per person. Run by the print artist Kim Raymont. All material, tea and coffee included.

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Walks – £6 per person

Always remember to check the weather forecast before leaving home and come prepared for whatever nature may throw at you! Raincoats if it’s going to be wet, bottled water if it’s going to be hot…

Weston Hills

26 August, 2 – 5 p.m.

Explore the hills south of Baldock, where there are Roman roads and quarries, medieval lime kilns, prehistoric monuments and 1940s bomb craters as well as the largest unimproved chalk grassland in Hertfordshire. The walk does involve slopes and muddy paths, so be prepared for slightly challenging conditions!

Join Keith Fitzpatrick-Matthews in an exploration of the Weston Hills.

Meet in the car park behind Tesco, off Baldock High Street.

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