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Collection Title
Science & Industry Collection
Description
Science and Industry
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Science and Industry
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Not Specific
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Location Details

Shrewsbury Museum And Art Gallery
Barker Street Shrewsbury SY1 1QH
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DOMUS
WM000023 
Telephone
01743 361196
Fax
01743 358411 
Building Information
The building is in two parts, a 16th/17th century black and white tudor building (late 16th/early 17th century) which was a merchant's warehouse and his adjoining mansion built in brick and stone (c.1618).
Collections Overview
The collections at the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery include the Shrewsbury Museums Service's collections of natural history, geology, archaeology, social history, fine and decorative arts. Highlights include extensive Roman material from Wroxeter (Viroconium) and Shropshire ceramics including Caughley, Coalport and Salopian Art Pottery The museum has also produced a website of information and links relating to the surrounding area. The site consists of over 3000 pages, and is growing all the time. Visit Darwin Country - http://www.darwincountry.org for more information.
Display Overview
The current displays particularly reflect the geology, archaeology and history of Shrewsbury and Shropshire with a new exhibition of Shropshire Ceramics opening Spring 2002. The museum has a temporary exhibition programme featuring contemporary arts. The museum is open throughout the year.
For details of other collections held at the same location: See the location record

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