Dementia-Friendly Women Artists Gallery Tour

Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, Exeter, Devon, EX4 3RX

01392 265858
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Thursday 16 May 2019
10:30am to 12:30pm
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm
Admission Fee: £5 per person including refreshments
Booking essential
Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

Celebrate Dementia Action Week with us on a friendly, relaxed art gallery tour of paintings by women artists from the museum’s collection. The exhibition features works by Victorian book illustrator Kate Greenaway and 20th-century icon Barbara Hepworth. Trained museum staff will take us on a journey to enjoy varied artworks from the last two centuries. Living each season dementia-friendly activities These activities are suitable for people with mild to moderate memory problems, who must be accompanied by a friend, relative or carer. Each visit begins with refreshments and ends with illustrated information to take home and carry on the conversation. Refreshments included, and limited parking available on request. Book in advance. Tickets are available online or from the Royal Albert Memorial Museum reception in person or by phone using a credit or debit card on 01392 265858 during opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm.

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