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Getting here

To help you find your way to the Museum, we have created  trails that show you the safest walking routes from the train station or the bus station, along with fun activities to help turn the journey into an adventure!

Click here to download the trail and activity sheet from the train station

Click here to download the trail and activity sheet from the bus station

We are on the second floor so if you have buggies you will need to use the lifts to get to us. The first lift is by the disabled entrance to the Old Town Hall – to the left of the main entrance, closer to the Riverside. Once inside, you will need to walk through the Riverside Gallery and the main entrance hall to get to the lift to the Second Floor. The baby changing is in the disabled toilet you will find by the disabled entrance.

We have an Autism Friendly Hour between 10am and 11am on Saturdays, to enable families with Autism to explore the Museum before it opens to the public. (Please note that on Saturday 16 March, Saturday 13 April and Saturday 18 May 2019 we are running workshops for adults from 10:30am.)

Things to do when you are here

Family Workshop at the Museum - Learn about local history and spend quality time together at a family workshop at the Museum with object handling and a hands on craft activity for parents and childrenThere are lots of hands on activities to try:
– Help us rebuild Richmond Palace using our Lego table
– Find out how heavy a medieval chain mail hood was
– Dress up like a Victorian child and sit at a Victorian school desk
– Explore our book corner and discover more about the past
– Tell us what your favourite Museum object is and add it to our Sticky Note Wall
– Depending on the current exhibition, there may also be FREE activity sheets for families to enjoy

So you can explore in comfort, we can store scooters, coats and bags in our cupboard by the Museum’s shop. Buggies can be taken around the Museum, but you can also leave them outside if you wish (if you do so, it is at your own risk and they mustn’t block any doors or corridors).

During the school holidays,  you can take part in one our our family workshops! Spend some quality time together learning about the history of Richmond and getting creative. Click here to find out more and book

Happy to help

Please don’t eat or drink in the galleries – unless it is a much needed biscuit or glug of water! This helps us to keep the Museum free of pests which might damage the collection.

We are a Re-Fill Station!
Just ask at Reception and we will refill your water bottle for you.

We are Breastfeeding Friendly!
We are part of the The Breastfeeding Network’s Breastfeeding Friendly Scheme. There are chairs around the Museum which you are more than welcome to use and if you need anything like a glass of water, please let us know.

You are also more than welcome to use our FREE WiFi to share your visit on social media! You will find the login details at Reception.
Please remember to tag the Museum in your posts:
Facebook.com/museumofrichmond
Twitter: @museumrichmond
Instagram: @museumofrichmond

Making a day of it

We don’t have a cafe or lunch space at the Museum, but there are lots of places to eat nearby in Richmond.

Bring a picnic with you and watch the hustle and bustle of the Riverside, or head to Richmond Green so you can have a can run around and play after lunch.

Follow this link for Trip Advisor’s suggestions for family friendly places to eat, or you can try the Visit Richmond website. You could also ask our volunteer at Reception for their recommendations or directions to your family’s favourite places to eat.

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VISIT

Price

Free Admission

Opening hours

Tues – Fri 11am to 5pm
Sat, April – September: 11am to 5pm
Sat, October – March: 11am to 4pm

We will be closed on Saturday 15 June while we host our Garden Party – visit our What’s On Page to find out more

Find us

2nd Floor, Old Town Hall, Whittaker
Avenue, Richmond, TW9 1TP
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Please note

We often have learning workshops which start before the Museum opens which means the exhibition area will not be accessible until 12noon

FAMILIES

Using  objects from the Museum’s handling collection, learn more about the history of the local area and have a go at arts and craft activities!

HOW TO GET HERE

Second Floor, Old Town Hall, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond, TW9 1TP
020 8332 1141
info@museumofrichmond.com

 

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