Exhibition: Motherhood

Weaver Hall Museum
13th February 2016 - 5th June 2016

This exhibition explores the role of ‘motherhood’ between 1860 and 1960. 

Recognising that the role is not always fulfilled by the biological mother, the exhibition examines the themes of baby and child-care, home-making and ‘time out’. 

Through objects, costumes and ephemera, the exhibition considers the roles of ‘motherhood’, labour-saving equipment, and the implications of social developments during a century of enormous change.

The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday. 

Also on Monday from 10am to 5pm on school holidays and Bank Holidays (except December). 

Entrance to this special temporary exhibition is free. 

There is a small charge when visiting the other galleries at the Weaver Hall Museum and Workhouse. 

Location:

Weaver Hall Museum
162 London Road
Northwich
Cheshire
CW9 8AB

Tel: 01606 271640

WWW: Weaver Hall Museum

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