Tudors and early Stuarts Exhibition – Autumn 2011

Date: Monday, 26 September 2011 – 10:30am – Wednesday, 9 November 2011 – 4:00pm Location Ely Museum Market Street Ely CB7 4LS United Kingdom See map: Google Maps The Tudor and early Stuart age was a period of great change and development, not only in religion, but also in the arts, sciences, politics and fashion. This exhibition explores the aspects of this legacy by featuring a number of important local history connections such as the magnificent houses of Hill Hall and Copped Hall, as well as telling the histories of a number of influential individuals, like Elizabeth I courtier, Sir Thomas Heneage, and Protestant Martyr, John Foxe. Cost: 3.50 adult, 2.50 concession, accompanined children 5-16 yrs 1.00 Ely Museum opens at 1pm on Sundays and is closed on Tuesdays from 31st October 2011 onwards. Contact: Ely Museum Telephone: 01353 666655 Email: admin@elymuseum.org.uk Website: www.elymuseum.org.uk

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Tudors and early Stuarts Exhibition – Autumn 2011

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