Sustainability at the Brunel Museum

Yesterday, 9 August, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released its long awaited report stating, unsurprisingly to many interested in tackling the climate emergency, that Climate Change is man-made, and we have until the end of the decade to reverse the worst effects of global heating. It seems there is no better time therefore for …

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Family Fridays at the Brunel Museum this August

From Friday 6 August, families will be able to enjoy the Museum an extra day of the week, as well as some brilliant family activities.  There is a family friendly storytelling session on Friday 20 August, with author Robert Guidi. Guidi’s novel, Isambard and the Cato Street conspiracy, tells the story of a 16-year-old Isambard  Kingdom Brunel who …

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Director’s Blog – July 2021

Wedding bells have been ringing at the Brunel Museum this month, with three couples already getting hitched at our venue and another planned at the end of the month. As well as helping to secure the Museum’s financial future, it’s such an honour for me that couples would choose to spend such an important day …

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Summer Art Competition

Congratulations to the winners of our Art Competition who receive £25 of Love2Shop vouchers and a free trip to the museum. If you would like to see the winning entries and more about the choices (and judges), click here: Art Competition Winners.

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Director’s Blog – July 2021

Wedding bells have been ringing at the Brunel Museum this month, with three couples already getting hitched at our venue and another planned at the end of the month. As well as helping to secure the Museum’s financial future, it’s such an honour for me that couples would choose to spend such an important day …

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Motilal Signh – Thames Tunnel visitor and first Nepalese in London

The Brunel’s Thames Tunnel was called the Eighth Wonder of the World and attracted plenty of visitors – both during its construction and once it was built. For #SouthAsianHeritageMonth we take a look at one visitor, Motilt Singh, the first Nepali to migrate to London    Motilal Singh was  born in Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu …

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The Museum will be closed 10 to 11 July

Please note that the Museum will be closed to the public Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 July due to private hire.   The Museum will reopen to the public at 11am on Saturday 17 July. You can book your tickets here: The Brunel Museum Charity – Art Tickets

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The Museum will be closed 10 to 11 July

Please note that the Museum will be closed to the public Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 July due to private hire.   The Museum will reopen to the public at 11am on Saturday 17 July. You can book your tickets here: The Brunel Museum Charity – Art Tickets

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Director’s Blog – June 2021

We started this month with a bang thanks to our Community Open Weekend. After what has been a tricky year for everyone, we wanted the opportunity to give something back to our local community.

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