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THERE are lots of interesting things still to enjoy at Reading Museum well into the new year and more planned beyond.

The Musical Mayhem Trail celebrates the current exhibition, Reading Festival 1971, which runs until January 15. Visitors follow the clues to find the musical objects on display throughout the museum and explore the fabulous festival instruments on display in the Art Gallery.

And why not spend some Christmas money at the museum shop, which stocks a range of unique arts and crafts packs, treats, books and gifts celebrating local history? You can also shop from the comfort of your own home at
https://reading-museum-shop.myshopify.com

There is lots to look forward to this year, including a special exhibition for football fans.

The museum is working closely with Reading Football Club’s Supporters Trust at Reading (STAR) to create a series of events as part of Reading FC’s wider programme of 150th-anniversary celebrations.

This includes an exciting new football-themed exhibition Collected – 150 Years of Reading FC, with pictures, objects and amazing stories collected since 1871, opening at the museum on February 19.

To find out more and to check opening times visit www.readingmuseum.org.uk

Time is nigh, 2003 by Stuart Roy Clarke. Reading FC were in the play-offs facing Wolves, with the possibility of a second successive promotion. The momentum seemed to be with the Royals in their new all-seater Madejski Stadium to make it all the way to the top flight in English football for the first time in their history, but it was not to be and Wolves secured promotion. Reading Foundation for Art Collection©stuartroyclarke/homesoffootball
Time is nigh, 2003 by Stuart Roy Clarke. Reading FC were in the play-offs facing Wolves, with the possibility of a second successive promotion. The momentum seemed to be with the Royals in their new all-seater Madejski Stadium to make it all the way to the top flight in English football for the first time in their history, but it was not to be and Wolves secured promotion. Reading Foundation for Art Collection©stuartroyclarke/homesoffootball


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