Archaeology at The Collection

Archaeology at The Collection

People have inhabited the landscape of Lincolnshire for nearly half a million years. The archaeology gallery takes visitors on a journey through the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages before exploring the Roman, Saxon, Viking and Medieval eras.

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Art at The Collection

Art at The Collection

The Usher Gallery is Lincolnshire’s premier art gallery displaying a diverse collection of fine and decorative arts, including loans from national collections, and a vibrant programme of temporary exhibitions supported by the Arts Council.

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Play at The Collection

Play at The Collection

An exciting and creative space for younger visitors with innovative activities and a designated area for babies, Play allows children to move, interact and create in a bright and colourful environment.

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Stokes at The Collection

Stokes at The Collection

The Collection is another place to enjoy Stokes’ famous tea, coffee and traditional favourites; cream teas, homemade cakes, savoury and sweet crepes, paninis, sandwiches, salads, daily hot specials and a fantastic children’s menu.

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Today at The Collection

Guided tours of the archaeology gallery at The Collection Read more…

Portraits, Still Life and Landscapes; Usher Gallery Read more…

Freedom Lies Read more…

The Anatomy of Objects Read more…

The Russell Chantry: Lothar Götz / Duncan Grant Read more…

Young Artists’ Saturday Art Workshop Read more…

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I am Gaius Valerius, soldier of the Ninth Legion.  Join me on a tour of the website and see what you can discover at The Collection.

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