We currently offer a range of learning opportunities. Although Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery’s building is closed for the development of The Box, our service continues 'On Tour'!
We are working on exciting plans to develop our programme for The Box, opening in 2020. This will include plans for classroom based learning, family workshops, digital resources and other exciting opportunities for our visitors to get involved to explore the city’s heritage.
You can still access our online resources for schools, or find out about the range of community and adult learning activities, from talks and workshops to projects and reminiscence sessions.
If you are thinking about visiting Smeaton’s Tower or Plymouth and West Devon Record Office with a schools or community group, please get in touch with the Programmes Team who will be happy to help with your enquiry.
Providing on-site and off-site learning opportunities to support learning.
Find out about the full range of learning opportunities provided by Plymouth Museums Galleries Archives.
We have plenty to do for younger visitors and families. Join us for activities inspired by Plymouth's engineering achievements and much more!
We run a range of projects and activities that enable us to support and engage with different communities across Plymouth and beyond - from health and wellbeing, to diverse communities and older people.
Helping to rekindle memories using objects and images from our collections.
We provide opportunities for young people to enhance their skills and increase their employability.