LGBT History Month 2023
LGBT History Month Exhibition and Archive Project – Our Story
Celebrating 21 Years
The museum celebrates its 21st birthday, after officially opening in 2002.
Meet the Soldiers – Civil War Event
Congleton Museum beats its own record for number of visitors in a single day during Civil War re-enactment event.
Congleton Museum’s Digital Renaissance
Explore our new brand and logo
If you would like to more about projects and events happening at the museum then please contact us. We would love to chat with you. We are available for press and radio interviews.
Did you know
Exploring the Woodwork Artistry of Samuel Frodsham
What links a war memorial in St Martin’s Church, Ashton on Mersey, a shop window at 7 Swan Bank, the library fittings in Gawsworth Hall, the screen and roof of Astbury Church and the font cover of St James Church, Congleton?
Temporary exhibition on Roman occupation in Cheshire.
A brief history of Congleton
From a Neolithic settlement to a medieval market town, a centre for the textile industry to a home for Dutch soldiers in WW2 – Congleton through the ages…
The Bronze Age was a period in history from approximately 3300 BC to 1200 BC. This period is characterised by the use of bronze to make tools and weapons.