The Red Dress embroidery project, conceived by British artist Kirstie Macleod, provides an artistic platform for women around the world, many of whom are vulnerable and live in poverty, to tell their personal stories through embroidery.
This stunning dress will be on display in the museum has been embroidered onto by hundreds of women from around the world. Millions of symbolic stitches celebrate identity and highlight personal stories. You can see it until Thursday 9 March. Normal museum admission applies
Open 10-4 daily (closed Mondays)
Included in museum admission
Preston Park Museum Yarm Road
Address: Preston Park Museum & Grounds, Yarm Road, Stockton-on-Tees, UK
Public Transport Directions
Preston Park Museum & Grounds is about a 12 minute walk from Eaglescliffe Railway Station, operated by Northern. Grand Central also run services between Sunderland and London.
The museum is on a well serviced bus route with a stop at the entrance to the grounds.
For more information about public transport links, visit www.connectteesvalley.com or telephone Stockton Tourist Information on 01642 528130.