Each year Weston Museum plays host to a number of events which provide opportunities for both enthusiasts and families to enjoy a great day out.

‘Know Your Place’ Mapping Day @ Weston Museum
Jul 21 @ 11:00 – 15:00
'Know Your Place' Mapping Day @ Weston Museum | England | United Kingdom

North Somerset is part of “Know Your Place”, an online mapping and local history project. This is a free digital mapping project which allows users to explore the heritage of their local area through old maps, archive images and linked information. From the coastal communities of Portishead, Clevedon and Weston, further inland to Blagdon and Leigh Woods, you can now discover how North Somerset has been transformed over time.

Heritage officers from North Somerset Council and staff and volunteers from Weston Museum would like to invite you to an open event where you can learn more about how to use Know Your Place, and even add some interesting information yourself!

Drop in anytime between 11am and 3pm to find out more, no need to book for this free entry event.

We will have some computers available for having a go at using Know Your Place at the event, but if you wish to bring along your own laptop, tablet or mobile phone, we can show you how to use the resource.
We would also encourage you to bring along photographs or artifacts we can photograph that you would like to upload to the Community Layer.
Christmas Carols @ Weston Museum
Dec 17 @ 19:30 – Dec 18 @ 21:30
Christmas Carols @ Weston Museum | England | United Kingdom

Come and join us for an evening of Christmas carols at Weston Museum.

North Somerset’s new choral ensemble Costanzi Consort present a feast of Christmas carols old and new.

The evening will also feature rare historic music by some North Somerset composers.

Tickets are £12 or £5 for students and under 18’s. Purchase them at the museum or by calling 01934 621028

Railway Weekend @ Weston Museum
Feb 9 – Feb 10 all-day

Join us for a weekend of railways.
Weston Museum will play host to huge scale model railways, scale model engines, an exhibition and an evening lecture series.
Its all absolutely free except the evening lecture series where tickets cost £2.50
To purchase call: 01934 621028 or pop into the museum