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.
The Wessex Museums Partnership will become one of the Arts Council’s National Portfolio Organisations in 2018.
On one of the hottest days of the year so far, the museum welcomed a group of eleven vintage and veteran steam cars. Car heaven...
Bringing the fascinating and famous to Salisbury, the Festival of Archaeology offers a unique weekend of heritage, archaeology and living history.
From 1 April 2017 we will stop selling the £8 annual pass. Visitors who would like free entry to the museum for one year will need to become members.
On Valentine's Day, around 700 visitors came to help build a life size version of Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows, 1831 in LEGO.
We are in the middle of the rainbow season, so if you take a great photo of a rainbow over the skies of Salisbury, why not enter our photographic competition.
Following a recent award of £33,100 from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the City Story Project has got off to a creative start.
This is one of the Rainbow Photographic Competition entries we have received so far. Watch this space for more beautiful examples...
The weekend of 23/24 July saw the museum open its doors for the Festival of Archaeology 2016.
Guided tours of the museum at 2.30pm every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday throughout the summer
Become a volunteer in our exciting exhibition: Constable in Context (17 September 2016 – 25 March 2017).
We are seeking a trainee who will help to prepare for the return of Constable's masterpiece
Sir David Attenborough visited the museum on 14 April to take part in a discussion about John Craxton.
We are pleased to reveal the dates of the 2016 Festival of Archaeology are 23 and 24 July.
On Tuesday 27 October at our Big Draw event everyone was asked to design their own teapots, cups and saucers inspired by John Hinchcliffe.
Over 20,000 people flocked to the museum over the summer to see our Turner’s Wessex exhibition.
Thousands of people flocked to The Salisbury Museum on 18 and 19 July to visit the Festival of Archaeology.