Saturday - We are OPEN 10:00 - 16:00
14/10/2023 - 27/01/2024
Devon-born Wilfred Avery (1926-2016) tackled just two subjects in his career: landscape and the male body. The inspiration he found in his childhood landscape became…
02/12/2023 - 17/02/2024
Come and explore Barnstaple’s hidden underclass at the Barnstaple and North Devon Museum. Life was very hard for working-class people during the 19th century. This…
10/02/2024 - 13/04/2024
The Museum's annual photography competition is now open, with the theme for this year being 'Speaking Out: Changing Times'.
Costs: £3 per person £2 concessions
This talk by Dr Todd Gray will explored Christmas in Devon over the last 400 years.
The museum holds one of the countries finest collections of North Devon Pottery from the medieval period to present day.
The 20th Century gallery features local iconic objects and people’s personal experiences living in North Devon.
Barnstaple's largest employer of the 20th century, the S&P gallery includes some of their finest Arts and Crafts furniture.
Commemorating the Royal Devon Yeomanry and Devonshire Regiment's roles in both World Wars.
Featuring the award winning 'Somweir Junction' model railway, the room tells the history of local scenic railways.
The gallery celebrates the 55 square mile UNESCO Biosphere Reserve including Braunton Burrows and Lundy Island.
Significant geology and mineral collections feature among the oldest inhabitant of the town, Barney the Elephant.
The Welcome Hall features paintings of local scenes and notables of the past with some of the best of Brannam's pottery.