RAMM’s ‘What Do You Collect?’ display case is devoted to local collectors who want to share their passion. If you have an unusual or interesting collection and would be happy to share it with us, now is your chance.
With two new displays each year, we show a wide range of collections that explore the breadth of people’s interests and enthusiasms. The display case can be found in the ‘The Finders Keepers?’ gallery, which is devoted to people who have donated their collections to RAMM.
I have a collection I would like to share
If you have a collection you would like to share with us, please do get in touch. The objects can’t be too big as the collection will be displayed on 290mm shelves. The interpretation will include a brief description of the collection and how it developed, as well as a picture and a little about the owner.
Get in touch
If you are local, you have an interesting collection and would consider displaying at RAMM then let us know. The easiest way is to complete the online Contact us form: fill in your details, select Getting Involved, and answer the following questions:
What do you collect?
Which was the first item in your collection?
What first attracted you?
How many objects do you have in your collection? Which is your favourite object and why?
What is your dream object for the collection?
What would you like to happen to your collection when you die?
Please tell us a little about yourself.
We have a passion for collections and look forward to hearing about yours.
Royal Albert Memorial
Museum and Art Gallery
Queen St, Exeter, EX4 3RX
Our location in Queen Street is well signposted from Exeter Quay, Cathedral Green, and the city’s main shopping areas.
Most city buses stop in the High Street or Queen Street. The main bus station is on Paris Street, and the nearest drop-off point for coaches is in Queen Street outside Central station. Local bus routes and timetables are available through Stagecoach.
Exeter Central Station is 100 metres away. Leave the station through its Queen Street entrance and turn left to reach us. St David’s Station is a 15 minute walk or short bus or taxi ride away.
The Guildhall Shopping Centre and Mary Arches car parks are nearby. Please note Queen Street is now one-way. Exeter’s Park and Ride bus services stop in Paris Street or South Street.
We have two parking spaces for blue badge holders at our Garden Entrance. These spaces can only be used by permit holders. Please call 01392 265960 during opening hours to book your free temporary permit.