A KIRKLEES museum is celebrating the centenary year of International Women’s Day.
The exhibition at Red House in Gomersal is called Mary Taylor: Strong-Minded Woman.
It explores the life of the 19th century adventurer, writer and feminist.
It is on from tomorrow until Sunday July 3.
Next Sunday there will also be a History Wardrobe talk on inspirational nurse Florence Nightingale called Respectable Rebel, starting at 2pm. Tickets are still available at £6.50 with concessions available.
The exhibition has been on display in Wellington’s Petone Settler’s Museum in New Zealand for 18 months.
Museum officer Helga Hughes said: “It is easy to see why Mary was admired. Hers was an adventurous life.”