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Barnsley Museums What's Guide July-September

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The De Morgan Collection at Cannon Hall Exhibition

Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens

The De Morgan Collection at Cannon Hall Exhibition

On display at Cannon Hall Museum is a hand-picked selection of artworks from the De Morgan Collection. It is an unparalleled collection of work by the late 19th and early 20th century ceramicist William De Morgan and his artist wife Evelyn Pickering De Morgan.

Seascapes and Riverviews

The Cooper Gallery

Seascapes and Riverviews

A brand new and breathtaking display of artworks from the fine art collection at Cooper Gallery. From a dramatic hurricane by Eugene Isabey to a delicate view of the Tigris by David Muirhead Bone, enjoy being swept away or simply glide through more of Barnsley’s excellent art.

Barnsley Serves the World: Stories from the Slazenger’s Factory

Experience Barnsley Museum and Discovery Centre

Barnsley Serves the World: Stories from the Slazenger’s Factory

Barnsley Museums will be serving up a treat with this celebration of all things Slazenger. At the world famous factory, found right here in Barnsley, brilliant balls were made, later travelling to all the top tournaments, right across the world!

Penny’s Sculpture Quest

The Cooper Gallery

Penny’s Sculpture Quest

See Barnsley Town Centre as never before with this free trail. Aimed at little legs and enquiring minds - it takes you around some of the amazing public art on display in Barnsley.

Sketchbook Circle

Cooper Gallery

Sketchbook Circle

Relaxed drawing sessions for adults. Whether you already draw regularly or are an absolute beginner, come and enjoy the meditative nature of drawing and support your well-being with creativity in the company of others. Gentle guidance on hand.

Catherine Mawer Queen of the Stone Age

Cooper Gallery

Catherine Mawer Queen of the Stone Age

Catherine Mawer (1803–1877) was a master sculptor and stone mason based in Leeds in the 19th century. As a woman working in a male-dominated profession, she was highly unusual for her time.

Worsbrough Mill - Nature Multisensory Trail

Worsbrough Mill and Country Park

Worsbrough Mill - Nature Multisensory Trail

Explore our gorgeous Country Park at Worsbrough Mill as you never have before with our multisensory trail. Listen to the sound of the rushing water, make your own nature book and see nature close up with our magnifying posts.