Following extended periods of closure to the public during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic and re-opening in May for just three days a week Nantwich Museum has announced that during July its opening times will be extended.
The Museum will open at 10.30 am on Wednesdays starting on 7 July and on Tuesdays on 27 July. Museum Manager, Kate Dobson welcomed the move saying, “I look forward to welcoming visitors as we return to our full opening hours from Tuesday 27 July after which we will be open Tuesdays to Saturdays 10.30 am to 4.30 pm”. She added that entry to the Museum and its temporary exhibitions is free, with the current Nantwich Camera Club exhibition due to end on Saturday 17 July.
Because restrictions currently apply visitor numbers are still restricted so to avoid disappointment visitors are advised to telephone the Museum to book their visit.
The popular Walking Tours of the town are also restarting. The walks, which can be customised, usually begin at the Museum, last 1½ – 2 hours and cost £4.00 (Museum Members £3.00). The first scheduled walk, a Riverside Walk, will start at the Museum 11.00 am Saturday 24 July. Full details of all walks are available from the Museum or its website.