There should be A display of the drawings and prints by Huguenot artist Hablot Knight Browne, better known as ‘Phiz’at Huguenot Museum, but there is information about him and some of his illustrations in posts on their Facebook page.
Tenterden and District Museum have been posting the stories behind various buildings in Tenterden.
A few of the artefacts held by Ashford Museum are shown in this series of photographs shown on their Facebook page.
While you can’t make a personal visit you can do a 360 Virtual Tour of the Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial Museum. There are links to more views on their website https://www.spitfiremuseum.org.uk/visiting-360
We know that you are eager to visit our sites but, until they can open again, try a virtual tour of Medway Queen
You can’t visit the Heritage Hub but you could learn about one of their projects by following the Rose Hill trail.
RAF Manston History Museum are posting a virtual tour of the museum on their Facebook page, showing parts of their collection. This was the first post scroll through their page to find subsequent posts.
Woodchurch Village Life Museum have been giving a virtual tour of the Museum on their Facebook page. Scroll through their page to find their posts starting with this one:
Spike, Maidstone Museums dinosaur, has been doing something different every day.
Spike’s Daily Activity, Friday 5th June;
Places to read.
Spike found the 17th C chair in the Great Hall a very uncomfortable to sit in. (don’t worry he asked the Collections Team if was ok just for the photo) He likes to find somewhere unusual to sit and read.
Today’s activity is all about finding the most unusual place to read your fav book.
Download each activity from https://museum.maidstone.gov.uk/learn/learning-with-spike-at-home/