Museum of Richmond
The Museum of Richmond tells the story of Richmond from prehistory, through its rise in prominence as a royal residence in the medieval period to its modern status as a centre of the arts and fashion. We care for and giving access to the rich history of Richmond through our permanent displays, temporary exhibitions, learning and events programme. There is always something new to see and get involved with, check our website for what is coming up!
We are an Accredited, independent Museum run by a charitable trust (Charity No. 295164) if you have any questions or would like to get involved please get in touch.
Tues – Fri 11am to 5pm
Sat, April – September: 11am to 5pm
Sat, October – March: 11am to 4pm
Archaeology, Archives, Weapons and War, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Natural Sciences, Music, Coins and Medals, Personalities, Science and Technology, Social History, Land Transport
Celebrating 800 Years of St. Mary Magdalene at the Heart of Richmond
- 20 July 2019 — 25 January 2020 *on now
The historic parish church of St. Mary Magdalene has been at the centre of Richmond for over 800 years. This exhibition celebrates the church’s history and is being held at the Museum of Richmond and St. Mary Magdalene. Visit both venues to discover the church’s fascinating stories.
Supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and by the Richmond Church Charity Estates.
- Any age
(in addition to the Museum of Richmond) The Church of St. Mary Magdalene
The church is a short walk from the Museum of Richmond.
The Patient Assassin: A True Tale of Massacre, Revenge and the Raj
- 11 December 2019 7-9pm
Anita Anand tells the remarkable story of one Indian's twenty-year quest for revenge, which took him around the world in search of those he held responsible for the Amritsar massacre of 1919, which cost the lives of hundreds. Book signing at the end of the talk.
£10 per person
Museum of Richmond
Old Town Hall