A history exhibition entitled ‘Tudor Times: Life in Stafford Under the Tudors’ takes place between 25 April – 24 June, at The Ancient High House in Stafford.
There will be an exhibition of original prints and Tudor artefacts reflecting the town during this fascinating era.
The exhibition offers a glimpse into the life daily life in the county town during the sixteenth century and how a royal visit helped boost the town’s prosperity. The display features rare prints along with artefacts from this fascinating era in the county towns history.
Included in the exhibitions are a wide variety of rare prints, along with original artefacts, which help to illustrate the domestic side of life.
The exhibition reflects the town in the era in which the Borough Council run ‘High House’ was originally constructed and will help people’s understanding of this fascinating time in our history. But it also paints a broader picture of life in Tudor England and will be of interest to a much wider audience.’
Admission is Free – and the opening hours are from 10.00am to 4.00pm Tuesday to Saturday
The exhibition runs from 25 April to 24 June 2017