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The Etiquette of the Arms Trade: Ten Years Drawing in Arms Fairs

April 13, 201811:51 amSeptember 28, 2023 11:53 am

PAST- temporary exhibition at The Peace Museum  Friday 13th April until Thursday 28th June 2018 The UK government has approved weapon sales to two thirds of the countries on its own list of human rights abusers.  Sales of bombs and missiles to Saudi Arabia have soared since the start of the Yemen War, where hundreds of children and […]

Ending War, Imagining Peace: Germany 1918

March 1, 201811:55 amSeptember 28, 2023 11:58 am

PAST temporary exhibition at The Peace Museum, Thursday 1st March – Friday 6th April 2018. AVAILABLE TO HIRE email: [email protected] if you are interested. The history of the First World War is usually told with reference to the actions of male soldiers, generals and politicians. And we usually hear that story from the side of Britain and its […]

Travelling Exhibitions

January 28, 20188:46 amSeptember 28, 2023 8:52 am

The Peace Museum has seven travelling exhibitions that are available for loan by an organisation/individual for the purposes of a short-term display. We do not charge for this service; however the borrower must cover postage and packaging costs. In addition, as the Museum is a charity, a donation which would cover staff time in arranging […]

60 Years of CND

January 12, 201812:16 pmSeptember 28, 2023 12:18 pm

Past temporary exhibition opened Friday 12th January,  until Friday 23rd February 2018 The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament was launched 60 years ago this year at a public meeting in London on 17th February 1958. At the time many nations had begun to procure their own nuclear weapons, following the use of the first atomic bombs […]

Cartoons for Peace

October 18, 201712:18 pmSeptember 28, 2023 12:24 pm

Previous Exhibition which ran from 18th October – 3rd January 2017 The exhibition contains a selection of cartoons which have been used for the means of highlighting and campaigning for a range of peace issues, such as nuclear weapons, war, militarism, damage to the environment, social justice and discrimination. Within the exhibition there is a mix […]

Children’s Activities

September 28, 20178:53 amOctober 5, 2023 9:22 am

Seeing as we’re closed for the time-being, we’ve decided to upload some of our resources for kids. You can download and print off the following activity sheets, usually found in the museum. Just click the links to download the .PDF files and print at home.

Objects on Loan

August 28, 20178:35 amSeptember 28, 2023 8:39 am

Back in 2017 we were delighted to announce that some objects from our collection went on loan to the Imperial War Museum in London for their new exhibition, ‘People Power Fighting for Peace’. This included the iconic Greenham Common Peace Camp banner designed by textile artist Thalia Campbell.  The exhibition explored the influence of peace […]

Peace after Partition

June 14, 201712:24 pmSeptember 28, 2023 12:27 pm

Past Temporary Exhibition: Wednesday 14th June – Friday 29th September On June 3rd 1947, the plan to partition India was announced. To mark the 70 year anniversary The Peace Museum presented a timely exhibition, titled Peace after Partition. The exhibition launched at an event at the museum on Wednesday 14th June and ran until Friday 29th […]

‘No Man’s Land’ new publication for young people

May 28, 201712:33 pmSeptember 28, 2023 12:37 pm

PAST PROJECT-2017 The Peace Museum is extremely excited to be involved in a brilliant new project with New Focus, a volunteer group of young people age 16-25 from the Impressions Gallery. No Man’s Land: Young People Uncover Women’s Viewpoints of the First World War takes you on a journey through the lives of some amazing […]

Journeys Exhibition

April 5, 201712:43 pmSeptember 28, 2023 12:45 pm

Past Temporary Exhibition: Launched 5th April 2017. Now closed. On Wednesday 5th April, the Peace Museum launched the Journeys exhibition!  A co-creation of art pieces by six artists from BIASAN (Bradford Immigration & Asylum Support & Advice Network), on themes such as migration, identity and refuge. The launch included the opportunity to speak to some of the […]