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Writer and photographer Caleb Azumah Nelson visits Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, encountering art that speaks to Bristol’s radical history.

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More art, more often

Black History Month

We’ve rounded up some of the best exhibitions to see with a Student or National Art Pass for Black History Month this October.

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Art Pass Recommends

Join Josie Long and discover stories from Pier Arts Centre in Stromness, Orkney, as told by the their 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.



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 bring Bonnie Prince Charlie home

West Highland Museum

West Highland Museum want to bring a collection of 13 portraits of the Stuart family, some of which have never before been displayed in the UK, back home to the West Highlands for an exhibition to celebrate their 100th year.

They need your help to bring previously unseen portraits of the exiled Stuart dynasty back to Scotland for an exhibition at the West Highlands Museum.

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