Collections on Tour

Find out where museum collections are currently out on loan to other venues.

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Other collections on display are:

  • A selection of ceramics are on display in Estover library until 2020
  • The painting ‘Introduction of Lady Astor as the first woman MP’ is on display in the Houses of Parliament in London until 2019 (please enquire with Houses of Parliament to see this painting)
  • A variety of ceramics are on display at Wheal Martyn until 2020
  • A cod skeleton is on display at the National Marine Aquarium until 2020
  • The painting ‘Under the Equator’ by Herbert Francis Williams-Lyouns features in an exhibition at the ‘Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine’ in Paris from November to March 2018
  • The watercolour ‘Kilchurn Castle with the Cruchan Ben Mountains, Noon’ by J.M.W. Turner is featuring in the exhibition ‘Turner and the Poetics of Landscape’. National Galleries Scotland are touring this major show to four venues in Japan, taking the work of one of the greatest British romantic artists to new audiences
  • The painting ‘Hammersmith Palais de Danse’ by Malcolm Drummond is included in the ‘Rhythm & Reaction: The Age of Jazz in Britain’ exhibition at Two Temple Place in early 2018 to mark its 50th anniversary. This major exhibition brings together painting, prints, cartoons, textiles and ceramics, moving film, instruments and sound to examine the influence of jazz on British art, design and wider society
  • Following vital conservation works to its roof, the National Trust’s Killerton House will have a new exhibition highlighting its brilliant fashion collection on display from early 2018. The exhibition will include Nancy Astor’s ‘parliamentary uniform’ – the outfit she wore on the day she was sworn into Parliament as the first female MP to take a seat in the House of Commons nearly 100 years ago on 1 December 1918. For confirmed opening times and admission details please call 01392 881345 or visit