Leicester Museums host a diverse and exciting programme including family friendly, history, natural worlds, contemporary and fine art exhibitions. 

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Sikh Heritage: Paintings by Sarup Singh

Sikh Heritage: Paintings by Sarup Singh

Sikh Heritage: Paintings by Sarup Singh
On now until 23 April 2017
Newarke houses Museum & Gardens
A showcase of works by the internationally renowned Leicester-based artist Sarup Singh MBE, exploring the rich religious and cultural heritage of Sikhism through his distinct portraits. 
Find out more about the Sarup Singh exhibition.

Anglo Sikh Wars: Battles, Treaties and Relics 1845-1849

Anglo Sikh Wars exhibition

On now until 4 June 2017
Newarke Houses Museum

For the first time ever, a hidden era of British and Sikh history will be coming alive through a unique exhibition in Leicester. The project will showcase relics that have been 3D modelled and will use augmented reality technology to bring alive the story of the battles and treaties from the Anglo Sikh Wars that took place from 1845-1849.
Find out more about the exhibition.

Leicester Society of Artists: Little Selves

LSA exhibition

On now until 25 June 2017
New Walk Museum & Art Gallery

Featuring work by artists past, present and future, LSA brings together portraits from the museum's own collection of miniatures, examples from contemporary artists and work by art and design students aged 16+ in local schools and colleges. 
Find out more about the LSA exhibition.

Splendours of the Subcontinent: A Prince's Tour of India 1875–76


8 July – 29 October 2017
New Walk Museum & Art Gallery

Some of the finest Indian treasures from the Royal Collection will go on display in a new Royal Collection Trust exhibition that tells the story of the grand tour of the Subcontinent made by the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) at the end of the 19th century.
Find out more about the Splendours exhibition.