Exhibitions, tours and walks

Week two of the Festival kicks off with exhibitions at Mount Edgcumbe House, Saltram House and Buckland Abbey. There’s another chance to view the fascinating Darwin exhibition at the Athenaeum plus the #plymblitz75 display at Whitsand Bay. Monday also includes the ever popular tour of the Synagogue. A guided walk of ‘Plymouth’s Hidden LGBT History’ concludes the day’s events.


2 thoughts on “Exhibitions, tours and walks”

  1. I cannot understand why you don’t publicise this fantastic month of talks, tours, walks etc. The only way I discovered the Plymouth History month was by seeing a display in Drake Circus mall at the END of May a few years ago, but at least I was forewarned for the next year and managed eventually to get hold of a copy of the brochure which is excellent.

    I have never heard it mentioned on Devon Radio or on Spotlight. Maybe you have enough people who manage to stumble across the information and feel you don’t want to let anyone else know. Can it really be true that you don’t want anyone to know about this interesting event or are you simply relying on Facebook??

    1. Thank you for your feedback Mary. Although we have not had any pick up from radio or television so far this year (which is something that can unfortunately never be guaranteed), we have had a lot of support from the local printed press this year. As well as social media, the Festival is also promoted with a website, brochure, print and outdoor advertising. Best wishes.

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