Museum Shop Christmas Shopping

The Museum shop is having a table at the Saturday Market in Matthews Hall on Dec 1 from 8.30 – 1.00. This will be a good opportunity to do some Christmas shopping whilst supporting the museum at the same time. You can also find us at Topsham’s Christmas Shopping Night on Tuesday 4 Dec, 6pm til late where we…

Museum closes this year on Wednesday October 31st 2018

The Museum closes this year on Wednesday 31st October 2018 apart from three special days in November to commemorate the end of the World War One. Please see the separate post about ‘Winter Opening’ for more information about these days and the times we are open. We hope you are able to visit before the Museum…

Thursday November 15th Christmas Market at Matthews Hall 10 am-12pm

We will be bringing lots of wonderful gift items from the Museum Shop. Along with cakes, savouries and preserves there will be a Pre-Loved Stall and Raffle. Other stall holders will also be selling a variety of gifts, so do invite friends and neighbours to do their Christmas shopping and chat over a coffee and mince…

Winter Opening in November

The Museum will be open for extra days during November from 2.00-4.00pm on the following dates: Sunday 4th  November: Whole Museum open including the tea room and shop. Friday 9th  November: WW1 Exhibition and old kitchen only, entrance-main front door. Sunday 11th:November: WW1 Exhibition, old kitchen, tea room and shop open, entrance-main front door.

Fish: Family Activity Day

26 October 2018 Time: 10.30 – 12.30 or 1.30-3.30 Cost: None but donations welcome Suitable for: Accompanied Children  5-11 years 

Textiles in the Tea Room

In October two tapestries made by the children of Topsham School in 1988 will be on display in the tea room.  A selection of other textiles will also be displayed. If you were a child or teacher who helped produce one of these tapestries you are invited to see them and meet with fellow students…

Boatbuilding Success!

Boatbuilding sessions for children were held at the museum on Friday 24 August . The sculptor James Lake, who specialises in sculpture using recycled materials, helped children to build their own model boats.

War Came to Topsham

War Came to Topsham: a Commemoration on the Centenary of the Armistice When: From 25 August 2018  Where: Local History Room Time: 1400 – 1700 Cost: None but donations welcome Suitable for: Any age This exhibition opens on Saturday 25th August and complements the theme of Topsham Charter Day which celebrated the conclusion of the First…