Exhibitions

See a beautiful collection of star photography at the Fox Talbot Museum © Mark Gee

See a beautiful collection of star photography at the Fox Talbot Museum

Earth and sky

The current exhibition at the Fox Talbot Museum takes you on a journey to the heart of the universe.

The images in this exhibition show beautiful landscapes with the starry night sky spreading out above it, fascinating close-ups of planets and intriguing images of nebulae and galaxies, taken by the Hubble telescope.

The exhibition runs until 27 April 2014.

Coming soon

Confused Grasshopper, by Matt Cole

Confused Grasshopper, by Matt Cole

International Garden Photographer of the Year

5 April to 22 May

Take a photographic stroll around some of the loveliest gardens in the world in this outdoor exhibition based in the Botanic Garden of Lacock Abbey.

Thirty-six images from the winners and runners-up from the prestigious International Garden Photographer of the Year competition are featured in this stunning display.

Upper gallery

The upper gallery at the Fox Talbot Museum is home to changing photography exhibitions throughout the year, one in winter and one in summer.

Did you know that photography was invented at Lacock Abbey? We love to celebrate our history with modern photography exhibitions. Don't forget to visit the ground floor too and find out about Fox Talbot's life and the first ever negative photograph taken.

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