Special Blog: #MuseumFromHome

For #MuseumFromHome Day which takes place on Thursday 30th April 2020, we thought we would bring a special blog written by our intern Emilia Bazydlo giving an insight into what it’s like to work at The Peace Museum. Read more

‘The Menace of Chemical Warfare to Civilian Populations’ Pamphlet by Arthur J. Gillian.

On the 7th May, to coincide with VE Day, The Peace Museum was supposed to open a new exhibition funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Bombs…Away! will explore the impact of civilian bombing against civilians during World War Two and how the peace movement responded to it. Whilst we have had to postpone the exhibition for now, we hope to be able to open it later in the year once it is safe to do so. Read more

Aldermaston March 1958 and Nuclear Weapons Test Blog

Read this blog written by Intern Emilia Bazydlo that coincided with an exhibition held at the museum in October 2019. Read more

Keep Space for Peace Week

A blog written by our new intern Weronika Tupaj on Keep Space for Peace Week. Read more

40th Anniversary- Manchester the first Nuclear Free City

Blog about the 40th Anniversary of the declaration of Manchester as the first nuclear free city by intern Weronika Tupaj. Read more