Bourne Hall Museum

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Bourne Hall, situated in the heart of Ewell Village, is a remarkable modern building of unusual architectural interest, surrounded by beautiful grounds. Opened in 1970, it is well furnished, well equipped and flexible enough to accommodate most requirements.

With a variety of different sized halls and rooms, it is perfect for anything from a small meeting to the largest of receptions. It is used for conferences, weddings and wedding receptions, fairs, recitals, meetings and parties.

The landscaped gardens, lawns and lake, with a fountain, provide a wonderful backdrop for your events and are particularly impressive for photographs.

Bourne Hall has good parking facilities and is within easy reach of Central London and the M25. West Ewell British Rail Station is five minutes walk away and provides regular direct rail routes to Waterloo and Guildford. Local buses run to and from Ewell Village.

Venue Type:


Opening hours

Mon - Sat 1000 - 1700
Sun Mornings

Admission charges


Collection details

Archaeology, Archives, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Land Transport, Medicine, Science and Technology, Social History

Events details are listed below. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all. For events that don't have a specific date see the 'Resources' tab above.
Lad at Knight School

Knight School

  • 8 July 2017 1-2:30pm

Sent away from home at the age of 7 to the castle of a wealthy Lord, you will begin your training as a Page learning combat skills and horsemanship until you are 14. Between then and 21 you become a squire, capable of engaging in battle and if you fight bravely you may be made a Knight.
Our visitor will bring weapons for you to master and teach you how to defend and attack a castle.

Suitable for

  • 7-10
  • 11-13


£5 per child

Horse's at work

The Story of the Horse

  • 18 July 2017 2-3:30pm

They have transported us and our goods, gone to war with us, played with us and created our sports. From the small pit ponies to the great carthorse, throughout time the horse has been there and until quite recently it pulled our world. An engine’s capacity is still described in horse power. But how did the horse develop and where and how did we end up with so many different breeds of horse? We will be looking at the social nature of the horse its development and interaction with humankind. We will be investigating the early association of the horse with man and how he changed the size of the horse.
Come along and discover this remarkable partnership.

Suitable for

  • 7-10
  • 11-13


£5 per Child

Resources listed here may include websites, bookable tours and workshops, books, loan boxes and more. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all.

Bourne Hall Museum Club

For children aged 8+ years with an interest in history. Join up for interactive games, exploration and investigation, dressing up and craft activities covering all periods of history. The club meets on the second Saturday of the month at Bourne Hall, from 13.00-14.30.

How to obtain

Each session carries a £3 charge. Contact 020 8394 1734 for more information and to join.

Bourne Hall Museum
Spring Street
KT17 1UF




020 83941734

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