DISCOVER ART IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS
As outdoor attractions at museums, galleries and historic houses begin to reopen, here’s your guide to enjoying art outside this spring.
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In the last podcast of the series, Writer and poet Benjamin Zephaniah explores Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery – reminiscing about growing up in the city, the people who’ve shaped it, and Birmingham’s cultural and political history.
As museums begin to reopen, we’ll be keeping you up to date with museums and exhibitions you can visit with your National Art Pass.
Remember to check any guidelines before visiting – many museums will require pre-booking and have additional measures in place for your safety.
7 April 2021
Art and the great outdoors – have you ever known a better pairing? Head to these venues to see art in the open air, in dramatic garden and parkland settings.
6 April 2021
Landscaped gardens, cascading countryside and perfect spots for a picnic or a weekend walk – here’s our pick of the best grounds and gardens to visit now.
25 March 2021
Garden historian and author Christina Harrison charts the history of the country-house ‘kitchen garden’, and highlights venues around the UK at which to find edible inspiration.