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Fail We May, Sail We Must, the stunning artwork by Landscape Artist of the Year winner Finn Campbell-Notman is now on display at Cannon Hall Museum.
A historic tapestry, part of the Cannon Hall Museum collection, has been conserved with the aid of a grant from the AIM Pilgrim Trust Conservation Scheme and with the help of donations from supporters of Barnsley Museums and Heritage Trust.
Cannon Hall Museum, Park, and Gardens are hosting a special event with artist and author James Brunt on Saturday, 26 August.
The De Morgan Museum is launching an urgent appeal to bring home and display a captivating portrait by celebrated Victorian female artist, Evelyn De Morgan.
Cannon Hall Museum has been shortlisted for the Kids in Museums Family Friendly Museum Award, it was announced today.
After a delay of three years caused by COVID-19, a fashion exhibition featuring expert photography of some of the industry’s biggest names, haute couture, and unique garments heads to Barnsley this summer.
Cannon Hall, South Yorkshire's stunning Grade II* Georgian Country House and museum, has received funding of almost £900k to make essential repairs to its historic roof.
Yorkshire’s stunning landscapes are being celebrated in Cannon Hall Museums' latest exhibition ‘Landscape! Textiles, Painting, Printing.
Barnsley Museums and Heritage Trust have secured funding to create an exciting new artwork in Cannon Hall’s parklands.