MAY EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS AT EXETER’S ROYAL ALBERT MEMORIAL MUSEUM (RAMM)read more »
Banish all thoughts of dark, dusty museums and surprise yourself with a visit to the newly-furbished RAMM in Exeter. With collections from natural history to costume, your preconceptions of what museums are all about will be totally ransacked. And itâs free!
The Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) recently re-opened, showing its multi-million pound facelift. The Royal Albert Memorial Museum, in the centre of the historic city of Exeter, has attracted plaudits from professionals and gasps of approval from delighted visitors. Stated quite simply, the RAMM is a wonderful environment and one which re-defines how museums should present themselves to the public and how our heritage can be perceived and interpreted.
Featuring a number of galleries, displays and exhibition areas, the RAMM is home to a variety of stunning collections including:
- decorative arts
- costume and textiles
- fine art
- local history
- local and international archaeology
- world cultures
... all presented in a way that breathes life and light into out common heritage. You'll love it!
An ideal to visit for individuals, families, school groups and other organisations, the RAMM is open every day (except Mondays and Bank Holidays) from 10am to 5pm.
Entrance, as always, is free to all, with a café serving delicious fare, as well.
So next time you're looking for days out and attractions in Exeter, take a visit to the comfortable, stimulating, ultra-modern and dynamic museum space that is the RAMM.
For further information about the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) in Exeter, click
Please support RAMM (Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery) which is on the Art Fund Prize 2012 longlist.Explain to the judges why RAMM should win £100,000, and you could win an iPad!
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