Explore Warwickshire’s Jurassic past and discover the creatures that lived here 200 million years ago. Contents include ammonites, echinoids, fossilised sea floor and tree bark, ichthyosaur vertebrae and more.
Geology all around us
Discover the household objects made from rocks and minerals. Materials covered include tin, glass, graphite, plastics, plaster and more.
A collection of objects common in any Victorian nursery or school. Contents include writing slate, embroidery sample, skittles, baby’s gown and more.
World War One
Explore original and replica objects from both the museum and County Record Office. Contents include trench whistle, mess tine, field dressing, postcards, miniature medals and more.
These specimens allow you to study insects and butterflies up close. Contents include garden insects, British butterflies, pond life and British beetles.
Time capsule 1930s
An ideal experience for comparing then and now with objects from the home. Contents include coins, jubilee memorabilia, photo album, recipe books and more.
Kitchens through time
A range of typical kitchen gadgets from the Victorian period to the modern day. Contents include stoneware, toasting fork, jelly mould, pie raiser, weighing scales and more.
Patterns in British Nature
A sample of wildlife to inspire your art and creative writing. Contents include garden insects, British butterflies, fossils and minerals.
Examine a range of real finds from around Warwickshire. Contents include pottery from the Roman, Medieval, post-Medieval and Victorian eras, animal bones, seeds, tiles and more.
Contains a range of costumes from Victorian to modern times. A close up with different materials, fashions and practicalities of clothing and costume.
Medicine through Time
Explore documents and objects from Egyptian to Victorian times. Contents include Roman surgical and hygiene equipment, Egyptian amulet and cosmetic bowl, herbal remedies, electric machine and more.