Bruce Castle Museum
Important update - 19 March 2020
Bruce Castle Museum and Archives – Closure to the Public
In line with Government guidance on Coronavirus/Covid-19 to reduce non-essential social contact, we have sadly taken the decision that as of today 19 March 2020, Bruce Castle Museum and Archive will be closed to the public until further notice.
All planned events, classes and school visits have been cancelled or postponed until later in the year. Although the Museum and Search Room will be closed temporarily to the public until further notice, our staff will continue to work remotely and will provide news and updates via mail outs, the council website and its social media channels and community partners.
We will be monitoring email enquiries remotely and will reply as fully as we can. Please note we will not have access to archival and museum collections in the same way and so may not be able to assist with complex enquiries at this point.
We are always looking at ways for how we can improve our outreach and engagement with audiences, so please get in touch if you have any ideas or suggestions. We thank you for your understanding and continued support in these uncertain times.
For any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharing Our Heritage from Bruce Castle Museum and Archive
Bruce Castle Museum and Archive may be closed to the public during this period of social isolation, but whilst we all stay at home, you can still access its wealth of history.
See our new Daily Local History Posts page:
- Wednesday to Sunday, 1pm-5pm
- Visiting groups including schools may book to visit at other times