The Peace Museum presents A Flawed Peace? An exhibition exploring post-war peace marking the First World War Centenary. The exhibition focusses on both heritage of the war and heritage of the peace and features a 1919 copy of the Treaty of Versailles, the peace treaty signed after the war. The 1919 copy of the Treaty of […]
Richmond Castle’s Cell Block explored further by Paula Allen, Collections Volunteer. At the English Heritage Exhibition, Richmond Castle; The Cell Block, currently on at The Peace Museum, you can uncover the stories behind the 1000s of pieces of graffiti drawn and written on the walls of the cell block.
This year The Peace Museum is taking part in a packed program of family activities for the Bradford Family Learning Festival. Building Peace Workshops Wednesday 24th October, Thursday 25th October, Friday 26th October 10am till 4pm Saturday 27th October 11am till 3pm Free, drop in. Come and join us to take part in some family […]
Friday 21st September and Saturday 22nd September Come and join us to celebrate International Peace Day, by visiting the only peace museum in the UK! Friday 21st September – 10am till 4pm – visit The Peace Museum main galleries, including our brand new exhibition The Cell Block. Free activities and guided tours available on request. […]
We are pleased to announce that The Peace Museum has received a National Lottery grant of £4900 for a project, A Flawed Peace?, at the museum in Bradford City Centre. Awarded through the Heritage Lottery Fund’s First World War then and now programme, and made possible by National Lottery players, the project aims to explore the post-war peace after the First World War. The grant will fund an exhibition which will feature a 1919 copy of the Treaty of Versailles, the peace treaty signed after the war, that belonged to a Bradford politician.
The exhibition will open at The Peace Museum on Thursday 1st November and run until Friday 28th June 2019, which will mark 100 years since the Treaty of Versailles was signed.