Covid-19 Update: Derby Museum and Art Gallery is now open with enhanced safety measures. Pickford’s House and the Silk Mill remain closed until further notice. Please read our access statement prior to your visit for full information.
Museum and Art Gallery

Opening hours:

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday-Saturday 10.30am - 4.30pm
  • Sunday 12pm - 4pm

**Please note, reduced opening hours will be in operation during the Covid-19 crisis. The Museum & Art Gallery is closed on Mondays.

Find us at:

The Strand, Derby DE1 1BS
01332 641901
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Museum of Making

Opening hours:

  • Monday-Sunday Closed

The building is currently closed to the public.

Find us at:

Silk Mill Lane, Derby DE1 3AF
01332 641901
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Pickford's House

Opening hours:

  • Monday-Sunday Closed

**Pickford’s House is currently closed to the public due to the Covid-19 crisis, but we hope to be able to re-open again very soon. Please follow our News page for updates: www.derbymuseums.org/news

Find us at:

41 Friar Gate, Derby DE1 1DA
01332 715181
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300 Years of Making

** Due to the current situation with Covid-19, we have unfortunately had to cancel all museum events up until at least the end of May. Please check with individual organisations if their events are going ahead (updates to follow as the Covid-19 situation develops). – www.derbymuseums.org/news.**

 

The opening of the Museum of Making on the site of the world’s first factory is an important moment for Derby. We have joined forces with partners across the city and region to help mark this milestone with a celebration of local events, culminating in the tricentenary of the Silk Mill in June 2021.

The 300 programme will celebrate 300 years of making in Derby and the wider region as well as inspiring makers of the future through a co-ordinated programme of events and activities. Please see a selection of these listed below.

300 events programme

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