Queer Britain has secured its first physical home in Granary Square, King’s Cross, London, occupying part of a historic building owned by the charity, Art Fund.
The museum will open to the public in Spring 2022 and the first major exhibition will be in the summer. There will be volunteer and job opportunities coming very soon, with more info to follow.
To secure the future of this project, Queer Britain, a registered charity, relies on the support of donors at every level. To donate, CLICK HERE
Queer Britain said: “We extend a huge thank you to our new landlord, Art Fund, and also the many hundreds of people – including you – who have helped us get this far. Now… Let’s Make History!”
The museum will be fully accessible via lifts and ramps and will always be free to visit but welcomes donations to support its work. When open, it will have four gallery spaces, a gift shop and office facilities, later to be followed by education and workshop spaces.
In a Twitter post, ArtFund said: “We’re SO excited to announce that Queer Britain are the new tenants of 2 Granary Square and they’ll be establishing the UK’s first national LGBTQ+ museum in our building. Congratulations!
“We can’t to wait to visit when you open the doors later this year!”