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Leisure : Museums
08/09/2020 to 31/10/2021 READING MUSEUM IS OPEN AGAIN!
 READING MUSEUM

We are delighted to announce that Reading Museum will be reopening to welcome back all visitors from Tuesday the 8th September. We have missed you hugely during these months and can't wait to see you soon. On the pages below, learn about the Museum's new health and safety measures, explore brand-new trails for families to enjoy, and find answers to commonly asked questions about our reopening. Importantly, you will now be required to book a free timed arrival slot ahead of your visit, this is also required for visiting the shop.
Reading Museum, The Town Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading RG1 1QH
MORE INFO: Events Organiser 0118 937 3400
  mail@readingmuseum.org.uk
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08/09/2020 to 31/10/2021 THE MUSEUM OF ENGLISH RURAL LIFE IS OPEN AGAIN!
 MUSEUM OF ENGLISH RURAL LIFE

An event toGreat news! The Museum will be reopening to visitors from Tuesday the 8th of September 2020 – and we’re so excited about it! We have missed you enormously during these difficult months. Whilst it has been a joy keeping up with so many people through our social media, we can’t wait to welcome you back in person. Like so many of our favourite places, we have introduced several new features to the Museum, so that your visit will be as memorable and enjoyable as always, with extra safety and social distancing.celebrate Giorgio Bassani’s (1916-2000) centenary as poet and novelist, involving his translator Jamie McKendrick, Professor Peter Robinson, Dr Daniela La Penna, and Dr Charles Leavitt.
Museum of English Rural Life, Redlands Rd, Reading RG1 5EX
MORE INFO: Enquiries 0118 378 8660
  merl@reading.ac.uk
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