To celebrate the arrival of the Antiques Roadshow at the Cathedral on 14 May the Scout Car will at Salisbury Museum.
A live dig at the museum with Dr Phil Harding and Lorraine Mepham.
A stunning bronze sculpture by Laurence Edwards has arrived...
The Wessex Museums Partnership is seeking an Exhibition Concept Developer.
We are looking for donations of good quality books to sell at the museum.
Find out how you can help us reach our target...
The museum shop is looking for artisans and makers of interesting and original products to sell in our shop.
We are so pleased to announce the winners of our Portrait Competition 2018! First prize was awarded to Tony Kellett for his portrait of 'Cynthia with Albert'
The Salisbury Gift Card is now available to buy at the museum. What a great way to support local businesses.
The museum has just received news it has been awarded a Costume Society Museum Placement Award.
We are looking for an Honorary Treasurer! This is a volunteer role and an amazing opportunity to work with our dynamic team, supporting a world-class museum.
Inspired by Henry Lamb and in partnership with Poole Museum and Plain Arts Salisbury, we have just launched a Portrait Competition!
We are currently looking for a Finds Liaison Officer to join our team at The Salisbury Museum. Could it be you?
We have a vacancy for a Wessex Museums Partnership Collections Manager. Could it be you?
The Salisbury Museum has just won a major award for the 'Terry Pratchett: HisWorld' exhibition!
As thoughts begin to turn to spring and summer we are proud to announce the arrival of a new events booklet..
Artwork made by young people on the City Story Project and inspired by our collections, has just gone on display at the Five Rivers Centre in Salisbury.
Saturday 16 September saw the opening of the 'HisWorld' exhibition and we were thrilled to welcome Rob Wilkins, Paul Kidby and a host of Pratchett fans.
Paul Kidby will be signing books and prints at the museum from 2pm - 4pm on Saturday 16 September. Come and meet Sir Terry's artist of choice!
Inspired by 'British Art: Ancient Landscapes', Stage 65, Salisbury Playhouse's Youth Theatre, created a special performance at the museum.