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7 Museums & Galleries To Visit In The Cotswolds

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Updated: 7 February 2017
Discover what the Cotswolds area has to offer lovers of art, history, and science with our guide to 7 museums you need to visit when you’re there.
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The Wilson, Cheltenham

In 1898, Baron de Ferrieres, the former Mayor of Cheltenham, donated 43 of his artworks and paintings, as well as £1,000, to the town and requested that they use it to open a gallery in which to house them. A year later, The Wilson was born. Over time, the museum has collected many pieces, a lot of which were donated by the people of Cheltenham, and it now boasts a collection mainly relating to the city itself, the Arts and Crafts Movement and a broad collection of fine art, including the original Dutch and Belgian paintings from Baron De Ferrieres.

The Wilson, Clarence St, Cheltenham 01242 237431

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