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From 3rd to 7th September 2019, Creswell Crags will host Entirely hollow aside from the dark, a psychoacoustic conceptual art installation from Irish artist AlanJames Burns. Here, we interview Alan ahead of the performances. Tickets are still available via...
Thank you to all who entered our ‘Years of the Crags’ photography competition earlier in 2019. It received a lot of interest, so we've revamped it so we can keep up with demand, and now we're relaunching it! ‘Years of the Crags’ is an all year round Creswell Crags...
CHAPTERHOUSE SECRET GARDEN: We are incredibly disappointed to let all of you know we have had to CANCEL tonight’s outdoor performance of The Secret Garden from our friends Chapterhouse Theatre Company due to the expected heavy rain.
Visitors to Creswell Crags Museum and Prehistoric Gorge will have the chance to experience the scenic limestone gorge and lake in a spectacular new way this summer, as a new partnership with local business Coloured Cob Equestrian Centre is announced. From August 12th...
We have reason to be grateful to Armstrong and his colleagues. His work uncovered a great number of specimens, which have been important in understanding the past environmental conditions at Creswell Crags.
An immersive sound installation in darkness will bring a whole new experience with heightened senses of hearing for visitors to five special evenings in one of Creswell Crags’ caves
Crag Digs 2019 will be taking place from Monday 17th June – Friday 28th June.
We are pleased to introduce you to our new Collections Officer, Dr Angharad Jones. Angharad is just beginning her career in museums, having been appointed Collections Officer at the end of May.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of a new Communications Manager for Creswell Crags. Rebecca Morris-Buck will be joining the team in mid-June and will be heading a new department with a focus on marketing, PR, fundraising, exhibitions, events, and volunteering.
Those of you who have been following the development of Creswell Crags are likely to be familiar with the name Brian Chambers. Some have referred to him as ‘Mr Creswell Crags’. It is with sadness that we report his death and would like to take this opportunity to reflect upon his life, impact and dedication.