Touring Exhibitions

Touring Exhibitions Double your visitor numbers and increase secondary sales with our blockbuster, pop-culture touring exhibitions.

Our portfolio of spectacular, touring exhibition for hire include INVASION, a collection of original, screen-used and replica movie props and costumes, CELEBRITY, personal belongings from the world of show-biz and other items touched by fame, and ROBOT, awe-inspiring life-size robots, cyborgs and androids from TV and the movies. Doodles, a remarkable touring exhibition which brings together original artworks by well known artists and other individuals of celebrity status. All proven, accessible, pop-culture themes, with mass appeal to family audiences. All our touring exhibitions include, high-resolution graphic showcards and labels plus plinths and show cases, easily assembled in a format adaptable to fit any size and type of venue or public space, from museums to shopping malls. The benefits of a traveling exhibit include: * Vibrant and up-to-date, be prepared for a huge increase in entry fees (primary sales) * Increase in secondary sales - food outlets, merchandise, other attractions and support learning activities can all be levered. * Reduced costs - no development costs and super-low hassle free, low cost dry hire. * Reduced marketing budgets - self-perpetuating exhibition themes attract lots of publicity and press interest at no cost. * Achieve targets and funding criteria - In the past, venues have exceeded their yearly visitor targets in only a few weeks (see invasion links) * Capture the imagination and generate and sustain interest in you existing static collections - Happy visitors mean, increased customer loyalty - visitor numbers will remain high long after our event. * Enhanced visitor experience - Opportunities for interactive events, workshops, guest appearances and tested bolt-on event ideas. * Self-perpetuating PR machines attract and sustain press, radio and TV interest. * Celebrity Asscociation

Bucks County Museum and Roald Dahl Children's Gallery
Robot: A collection of Robots, Cyborgs and Androids

Bucks County Museum and Roald Dahl Children's Gallery

Sat Jul 27 2019 at 10:00 am, A must-see for the summer holidays. This spectacular exhibition will capture your imagination featuring robots, cyborgs and androids in all their various designs and guises, including some from famous and popular movies.

Friend of Harry Houdini, Dr. Walford Bodie, The Electric Wizard of the North, the most famous stage hypnotist who ever l...
Magical exhibition to open next month celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Aberdeenshire Electric Wizard | Press and Journal

Friend of Harry Houdini, Dr. Walford Bodie, The Electric Wizard of the North, the most famous stage hypnotist who ever lived.

Harry Potter, the Wizard of Oz, Sleepy Hollow and an Aberdeenshire man who once used an electric chair to shock his sister will all feature in a new Peterhead exhibition.

Bill & Ted 3

Bill & Ted 3

The world is about to get a lot more excellent. Watch this special announcement from your two favorite dudes! 8.21.20 🎸⚡️

Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

Due to unparalleled demand, we’ve extended our ★★★★★ #DiorDesignerofDreams exhibition until Sunday 1 September!

Explore Christian Dior’s ground-breaking first collection, his personal love of England, and over 70 years of stunning haute couture.

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Supported by SWAROVSKI with further support from American Express. Become a Member to enjoy free, unlimited access to the exhibition

The Museum is embarking on a two-year, £4M renewal project.
The Redevelopment Project

The Museum is embarking on a two-year, £4M renewal project.

The Redevelopment Project The Museum is embarking on a two-year, £4M renewal project. Find out more about how you can help STOP PRESS We are delighted to announce that we have just been awarded £973K from Heritage Lottery Fund for our heritage project thanks to money raised by #NationalLottery pla...

Say the Magic word

Say the Magic word

Western Costume Co.

Western Costume Co.

Happy birthday to costume designer Marilyn Vance! Marilyn’s first feature film was cult favorite FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH (1982). She became a frequent collaborator of director John Hughes, designing seven films for him, including THE BREAKFAST CLUB (1985), PRETTY IN PINK (1986), and FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF (1986). Hughes's films defined 1980s teen culture, and Marilyn’s costumes both reflected and influenced what teenagers wore at the time. These films—and her costumes—have come to form the collective memory of that time.

While Marilyn is perhaps best known for expertly capturing the iconic teenage styles of the 1980s, she was nominated for an Academy Award for her 1930s period designs on THE UNTOUCHABLES (1987). On top of costume designing for film and television, Marilyn is a producer as well as a mentor for aspiring costume designers through the Academy’s nonprofit, Spark @ the Academy. For her excellent and robust body of work, Marilyn received a Career Achievement Award from the Costume Designers Guild in 2009.

Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts)
Costumes designed by Marilyn Vance
Illustration by Lois DeArmond

Christmas at Sissinghurst Castle Garden

Compliments of the season.

Take a look to find out what you can see and do this winter at Sissinghurst. We're open everyday apart from Christmas eve and Christmas day.

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Touring Exhibitions Group Reception, Museums Association Conference 2016

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Join TEG for a research and professional development programme update, and to preview our new website. Learn more about our Arts Council England funded Preparing to Borrow: Approaches to sharing collections training and mentoring programme commencing in April 2017, database of exhibitions, touring e...


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