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Join Josie Long and discover stories from The Holburne Museum in Bath, as told by the museum's staff and volunteers.

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Art Pass Unbooked

Our handy online tool finds museums and galleries with available tickets near you, so you can get the art you want, when you want it.


Meet Me at the Museum

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.



Now that museums are open again, 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.

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Find the ideal spots for long walks, garden picnics and culture in the open air with our guide to enjoying art outside this summer.


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Help stage the largest Laura Knight exhibition in over 50 years

MK Gallery

MK Gallery are planning to stage the largest Laura Knight exhibition since her solo show at the Royal Academy. It’s an ambitious project that would bring together over 160 paintings, drawings, prints and ceramics borrowed from all over the UK.

We need your help to raise £10,000 to bring together work from across the UK to make this major retrospective happen this autumn.

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