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Cannon Hall was the home of the Spencer Stanhopes from the 17th century until the 1950s. Now, for the very first time, portraits of the family will be on display, offering a glimpse into their characters, lifestyle, and famous family connections.
Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens is taking part in De Morgan Month by sharing a whole host of digital content throughout April, relating to the De Morgan family and their outstanding collection of work.
To mark 150 years since the birth of the great ceramicist, William Moorcroft, Cannon Hall Museum are hosting a wonderful display of his work which captures the beauty of the natural world. Kindly on loan from W Moorcroft Ltd many of the pieces have not been displayed outside of the company before.
With spring weather hopefully on the horizon, it’s the perfect time to explore Cannon Hall’s stunning park and gardens. People will discover trails, walks, play equipment and of course the boats are sailing back for a second season!
A group of items that once belonged to the Spencer Stanhope family have been donated to Cannon Hall Museum and are set to go on display for the first time in many years.
A derelict building in Cannon Hall’s walled gardens has been transformed into a modern and exciting learning space.
A recently uncovered masterpiece by world renowned artist Sir Anthony van Dyck will soon be on display in Cannon Hall Museum.
A stunning new sculpture by American born artist Jim Robison has been installed in the hidden glade at Cannon Hall.
A giant willow monster inspired by scrapbooks recently unearthed is just one of a series of new attractions following nearly £4m worth of investment at a Barnsley beauty spot.