Did you know that Staffordshire County Council has a collection of over 25,000 social history objects, 35,000 photographs and 1,800 items of fine and decorative art?
The museum collection covers a wide range of subjects and the past 200 years of Staffordshire's social and agricultural history. The variety of subjects covered in the collection include; childhood toys and games, historic dress and textiles, local shops and public houses, sport and entertainment, warfare and defence and rural trades and crafts.
The collections are on display at the County Museum, Shugborough. The reserve collections
are available to view by appointment.
You can also explore the collections online through Gateway to the Past
The Museum Service also offers an interesting and varied talks programme on a wide range of subjects - from mystery objects to the day to day work of a curator. We are happy to travel anywhere within Staffordshire, but we do charge for travel costs to venues outside the county boundary.
Please note that talks are popular, so bookings need to be made a minimum of six months in advance. Please contact us for further details.
For more information or to book a talk, please contact Chris Copp, Museums Officer;
Tel 01889 881388 Email firstname.lastname@example.org