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Richmond’s Views

The Museum displays a variety of artists' depictions of Richmond through the centuries.


Richmond’s Architecture

Visit the architecture bay in the Museum of Richmond to find out more about the architecture and craftsmanship of the town.


Richmond’s People

For centuries Richmond has been home to royals, artists and other famous residents.


Richmond’s Parks, Places and Leisure

Through its history Richmond has been the proud home of many famous places.


Toys and Games

The toys and games collection highlights changing attitudes toward childhood and developments in toy production.



The collection a number of interesting and beautiful costume and textile pieces.


Richmond’s War

The Museum’s collection relating to the impact of the First and Second World Wars on Richmond is an important one for our local community.


Richmond’s Archaeology

You can explore the archaeology and prehistory of Richmond through our collections.


Richmond’s Industry

Richmond’s industry has often centred on service, first to the Royal Palace and then to tourists and leisure seekers.



Usual opening hours: Tuesday to Fridays, 11am to 5pm and Saturdays, 10am to 4pm. FREE entry!

Closure Dates: Saturday 30 September to Saturday 7 October inclusive due to building works to replace the lift in the Old Town Hall.

Limited Access Period: There will be no lift access to the Museum from Tuesday 10th October to Saturday 9th December inclusive. The Museum will be open as usual during this time but access will be via the stairs only. This is while a new lift is being installed.

We apologise for the inconvenience.



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