Date of this Version
The George Eliot Review 22 (1991)
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NUNEATON MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY, Riversley Park, Nuneaton has been closed for some time for extension and refurbishment. On April 26th, under the Curatorship of Gina Quant, it was opened by the Mayor of Nuneaton and Bedworth Councillor M. Jones. On the ground floor the George Eliot Room is based on her drawing room at the Priory in London (circa 1870) and contains models of George Eliot, G.H. Lewes and John Cross. There is a new local history gallery and galleries devoted to exhibitions as well as a lecture theatre. For the comfort and convenience of visitors, there are now toilets, a lift and a tearoom.