Welcome to the Museum of Richmond
For centuries Richmond has been a centre of fashion and the arts, as well as home to several of Britain's monarchs. The Museum celebrates the rich heritage of Richmond, Ham, Petersham and Kew and, through the exhibition and education programmes, all other areas of the borough.
The colourful displays span from mediaeval times to the present day. It is ideal for family visits: admission is free, and there are always lots of activities to keep children entertained. The museum is close to the River Thames and to Richmond Green.
|Current exhibition||Coming events|
Our new exhibition Living and Dying in 19th Century Richmond is open from March 16th until the end of January 2014
|To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of The Museum of Richmond Come to our Museum Open Day on Saturday the 30th November (11am - 4pm)
With refreshments, a presentation of Tudor costumes by school children, Family Workshops, meet the Curator and see Hidden treasures from the Collection and more.
Curator: Natascha Wintersinger
Education and Audience Development:
Chair Elect: Sylvie Gormezano
Accredited Museum no: RD80
Charity No: 295164