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The Munnings Art Museum presents chronological displays which chart the career of Sir Alfred Munnings: from his childhood at Mendham Mill in Suffolk, through his training at Norwich School of Art and as a commercial illustrator’s apprentice, to the equestrian painting for which he is best known.
Two further galleries are used to host special exhibitions which examine, in depth, aspects of his work.
The museum (Castle House) retains the original furniture and personal items belonging to Munnings and his wife Violet.
1 April - 29 October 2017
Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays
2pm to 5pm
Garden Cafe from 10am
The museum has its own car park, there is plenty of space and no charge. Disabled parking spaces are available at the front of the museum and can be accessed through the white gateway on the corner of East Lane and Castle Hill.
The Museum and Studio can be entered at ground level and there are no steps. All ground floor rooms are accessible. There is a step up into the Courtyard gallery and a ramp is be provided. Both first floor rooms are only accessible via the main staircase. There is an accessible toilet to the rear of the house, which is also directly accessible from the grounds and car park. A light weight wheel chair is available upon prior request. A hearing loop is installed in the Reception Area. The grounds and Garden Caf√© are accessible directly from the car park at ground level though there are some slightly uneven paths.
Please do not hesitate to call us on 01206 322127 if you have any further questions.
The museum will open at 11.15am and you will be able to get a cup of coffee and the opportunity to look at works by Ripley which will be on display during the morning. Ripley will be speaking from 12pm and finish around 12.45 with time for questions and to visit the shop. Other displays are not open to view during the talk but you may re-enter the museum at 2pm using your event ticket.