Learn more about the Royal Albert Memorial Museum

PUBLISHED: 10:38 31 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:55 10 June 2010

MUSEUM enthusiasts can learn more about the Royal Albert Memorial Museum's (RAMM) development at two free presentations this Saturday – November 1.

MUSEUM enthusiasts can learn more about the Royal Albert Memorial Museum's (RAMM) development at two free presentations this Saturday - November 1.

The Exeter tourist attraction closed its door to the public in December 2007 for an ambitious programme of redevelopment - the first systematic redevelopment in its 140 year history.

In these two illustrated talks Camilla Hampshire, RAMM's manager, will discuss the transformation of the museum building and collections and interpretation officer, Julien Parsons, will talk about the collections that will be on display in the new galleries when the museum reopens in 2010.

The presentations are at 1.30pm and 2.45pm at RAMM in the library, the museum's temporary city centre home.

This gallery and family activities area is also the hub for RAMM's programme of exhibitions and events at venues throughout Exeter and Devon during the closure.

Free tickets are available from RAMM in the library, Castle St, Exeter, call (01392) 665858.


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