East Lothian Museums
Words we use alot
- Dunbar Town House
- John Gray Centre
- John Muir's Birthplace
- loan boxes
- official museum
- role models project
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Tag Archives: musselburgh
Our 2012 – A review…
It’s been quite a year in museums, opening 2 new museums, and running our other 3 alongside them for the first time. We’ve also undergone a service review, seen jobs change and new staff come on board. So all in … Continue reading
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And now we are FIVE!!
Well, as of this Friday we will have 5 venues open! How exciting!! As you can imagine this week has been absolutely manic trying to get everything ready for the opening of Dunbar Town House Museum and Gallery and the John Gray … Continue reading
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A busy week of making chariots and museums!
This week, I spent Monday and Tuesday in Dunbar Primary (John Muir Campus) visiting all the Primary 2 classes to help them make a museum. I started by talking to them all in a huge assembly, then I went round … Continue reading
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The Romans come to Musselburgh
Are you finding out about the Romans in class at the moment? Why not visit the Roman exhibition in Musselburgh Museum for FREE! Class visits are available from now until March so book your place soon. The exhibition includes things … Continue reading
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Well, April’s been a short month, hasn’t it?! We have some really exciting events coming up which I think some of you might just be interested in coming along to. Especially if you’ve been looking at the 1960s, World War Two, or … Continue reading
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You are invited to attend an opening of an exciting piece of intergenerational work by pupils within the Musselburgh Cluster: Musselburgh’s Childhood Role Models Celebrating pupils’ present day role models, alongside those of the 1950s and 1960s Friday 21st January … Continue reading
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Visiting Musselburgh Burgh’s Dinosaur Museum
Iida and I visited Musselburgh Burgh P2’s Dinosaur Museum last week. It was fantastic! On arriving, we were able to find out way to the museum by following all the posters about the Museum. We were greeted by a tour … Continue reading
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What was Musselburgh like in the 1950s and 1960s?
Classes at Stoneyhill, Campie, Whitecraig and Wallyford are going to be finding out in the next few weeks! We’re starting a project with one class at each school and challenging them to find out what life was like in the … Continue reading
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Museums Things Going in Schools over East Lothian!
Hi all, It’s nearly the October holidays – can you believe it already?! I’ve been in to visit Pencaitland Primary this week to do a Victorian washday. It was fun but hectic! I thought I would show you some of … Continue reading