This page and its sub-pages are not necessarily related to the Regency era. It is a place for the exhibition of creative projects from a wide range of subjects.
Make your own Georgian chest of drawers – how to turn a chest from IKEA into an antique-looking piece of furniture
How to Dress for a Picnic with Emma – An exhibition in cooperation with Lucia
Take Your Favourite Period with You on a Picnic. – An exhibition by Jacques Kee
An Empire-Style Ball Gown Based on 21st Century Clothes – Making a Dress for a Jane Austen Ball. – An exhibition in cooperation with Lucia
Spring Butterflies – a Photography Project
How to Assemble a Ball Gown – a Creative Approach to Sewing a Dress for a Regency Ball
Modern Japanese Poetry – Poems by Chiyo Kitahara
“Kiss“ or “smack“ – Print your personal letterhead using the techniques of the early 19th century. An exhibition by Matthias Adler
Braid, Lace and Panier: Making a Riding Habit for the 1750ies – An exhibition in cooperation with Lucia
A Writer’s Cat – the Influence of Cats on Your Creativity as a Writer
Lord Mayford’s Diary – A Narrative of a Journey to Egypt edited by Alexander Nerá
“Les Marie-Antoinettes” – a Recipe for a Rich, Baroque Delight (November 2018 until Twelfth Night)
Brighten the Dark Winter Days with Regency-Inspired Paper Lanterns
Topics and dates may be subject to change.
The museum gallery is open daily around-the-clock. Admission is free. There’s no need to drop off your bag at the cloak room. Stay as long as you like. Have a drink or a snack while visiting. Photography without flash only, please.