Events

We hold events throughout the year at Dr Jenner’s House, Museum and Garden.

To book, please contact the Museum Office on info@edwardjenner.co.uk or 01453 810631. You can also book online using the links below (please note booking fee applies).

Evening events usually take place in the Old Cyder House Conference Centre. Free parking is available in the museum car park. Doors open 30 minutes before the advertised start time.

Would you like to receive 10% off tickets to our evening events? Join The Chantry Club today!

Together for Jenner
Saturday 20 October, 10:45

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If we can’t raise £20,000 by March 2019 then Dr Jenner’s House, Museum and Garden will have to close.

We want to show the world how much Dr Jenner’s House means to you by getting as many people as we can outside the front of the museum for a photo call ahead of our last week of public opening in 2018.

If you love Dr Jenner’s House please join us at 10:45 on Saturday 20 October. We’re asking our friends from the local press to be there to capture the moment. To say thank you for your support, we’ll be opening the museum free of charge all day so you can come and see why it’s so important to us.

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Tales of Old Berkeley
Wednesday 24 October, 7:30pm
Thursday 25 October, 7:30pm

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To celebrate Museums at Night, join us for a night time tour of historic Berkeley. Expect tales of smugglers, murders and a few gigantic beasts thrown in for good measure as we dig below the surface of this ancient town.

Please note that this event will be a walking tour, leaving at 7:30pm sharp and lasting for an hour. Pre-booking is essential. The event will be outdoors and take place whatever the weather, so please come with appropriate attire and footwear.

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Blood on their Hands
Wednesday 28 November, 7:30pm

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Would you have trusted a Roman doctor to treat your illnesses and injuries? Stefan Urbanowski from Chedworth Roman Villa joins us for an intriguing look at medicine and surgery in Roman Britain.

Tickets £5.

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