Who we are...
Museum of the Home explores the home and the changing way people have lived over the past 400 years reflecting changes in society and behaviour as well as style, fashion and taste.
Different rooms showing the changing period styles leads visitors on a walk through time from 17th to 20th century modern, contemporary living.
The rooms are complemented by period gardens and a walled herb garden which shows how the domestic garden has changed over time.
What we do...
Museum of the Home offers:
- Free permanent exhibitions exploring period living rooms and gardens
- Free temporary exhibitions
- Hands-on activities suitable for all ages
- Family activities, workshops, schools programme
Check the museum website for latest details of what's on.
Record Last Updated on: 20/08/2020
Time / Date Details
Time of day
Tuesday to Sunday 10am – 5pm
Open bank holiday Mondays 10am – 5pm
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How to Get Here
Buses: 67, 149, 242, 243, 394
Parking: parking for disabled visitors between 10am - 4pm, 8 cycle stands
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