Open Monday-Saturday 10.30am-5.00pm; Sunday 2pm-5.00pm (4pm Jan-March). Admission prices apply: Adult £3.95; Concession/NUS £2.85; Child £2.30; Family £11.
Below find details on temporary exhibitions at the Royal Pump Room Museum.
Dressed to Kill
18 October to 31 December
Photo credit: ITV / Rex Features.
Relive the mystery and intrigue of Agatha Christie's thrillers with a selection of male and female costume featured in Agatha Christie TV and film drama from the 1970s to today.
Agatha Christie famously disappeared for 11 days in 1926 and was discovered under a false name at the Swan Hydropathic Hotel here in Harrogate, claiming amnesia induced by her mother's death and her first husband's infidelity.
This exhibition celebrates the famous author, her connection to Harrogate and the beautiful outfits inspired by her novels.
All That Glitters
6 May until 31 December
A chance to get up close with the museum's wide ranging jewellery collection. A display of beautiful pieces, mainly dating from the 19th century.
A Town at War: Harrogate during the First World War
26 July until 31 December
The museum tells the story of the Harrogate district and its people during the Great War through objects from the museum collections and generous loans from local families.