There’s plenty to see and do at the MERL – relax in the gardens, sip a coffee in the café or take a look around the rest of this intriguing museum. A great day out for all ages!
Currents exhibitions include Queer Constellations, posing the question on whether there is queerness in rural life, artists from all over the UK & Ireland have created this exhibition at The Museum of English Rural Life (MERL) to explore queerness in the countryside. It will also delve into sometimes eye-opening historical lives of gay men in rural occupations. The project has partially been inspired by the Broken Futures project.
Entrance is free but you do have to book here.
Getting you there
Getting to MERL is a five-minute walk from the Crown Place Passage bus stop on claret 21.
Don’t how to get there? Plan your journey here