Snibston Discovery Museum

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Visit this Leicestershire favourite with great family activities, high quality exhibitions, interactive fun and a few surprises along the way. From planes and trains, mining and engineering, fashion and toys to colliery tours, train rides and science play, there really is something for everyone. LATEST NEWS - our online shop is now live

Must See Events

Horsing Around – A 2000 Year Old Love Affair: Exhibition... Must See

Horsing Around – A 2000 Year Old Love Affair: Exhibition... Must See

Friday 3rd April - Friday 31st July

3rd April to 31st July 2015

Leicestershire without the horse – unthinkable and just to prove a point an exhibition is opening at Snibston to celebrate the long history that the area has with the horse.

All aspects of the horse will be looked at, the role of the horse through the ages, the horse in the twenty-first century, the role that the horse has to play in sport. When you think of the horse in an historical context you often think of a frosty morning, horses at the plough with the ploughman guiding their way. This romantic view was not always the case; often both horses and men worked long hours, the heavy work taking its toll on their health.

Throughout history the horse has played a vital role in the economy of Britain and a county such as Leicestershire is no exception. Today the horse still plays an important part in the economy of the area that should not be underestimated.

Entry to the exhibition is included in the admission price to the Museum

Gary Delaney - the Century Theatre... Must See

Gary Delaney - the Century Theatre... Must See

Wednesday 13th May 8:00 pm.

Following popular demand, ‘Purist’ returns to Leicestershire!

Gary thinks that most shows don't contain enough jokes, and is trying single handedly to redress the balance.

Expect: Jokes.
Don't Expect: Narrative, themes or a voyage of self-discovery Not suitable for bairns or sensitive souls

From Mock the Week, BBC3’s Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live and BBC Radio 5 Live’s 7 Day Saturday. He was also Dave TV’s ‘Top 10 Joke of the Fringe’ 2013. Double Sony Award winner and Chortle Award nominee.

‘I laughed and I laughed and I laughed… A master craftsman’ The Times
‘Gary Delaney has more quality jokes in this hour than many comics have in their entire careers…Quite Brilliant’ Scotsman.
'Razor sharp one-liners' Daily Telegraph
‘Picasso of Puns’ Chortle



13th May 2015 - 8:00 PM

Tickets: £14
Advanced: £13

Doors open 45 minutes before the start of the show