Exhibition bringing the excitement and intrigue of the Great Exhibition of 1851 to life using objects and images, including prints and paintings from the Elton Collection, it tells the story of how it became one of the most influential and renowned events of the 19th century, breaking class boundaries and laying the foundations for a century of invention and modernity. Free admission
Coalbrookdale Gallery, Coach Rd
Phone: 01952 433424
21st March 2016 - 24th February 2017Back to all Events
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