Suffragette Voices Talk

Antonia Raeburn’s “The Militant Suffragettes”, published in 1973, has been described as a ‘forgotten classic’.  It is the Suffragette story, told where possible in their words, taken from numerous personal recordings she made at the time. Much of the recorded material has remained unheard and Antonia will present it together with the contemporary relevant illustrations.  […]

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Amersham Museum Sings

Amersham Museum has been running a reminiscence group for over four years. During this time various people have attended but for the last couple of years this has become a group of 11 ladies. We meet once a month at the museum to chat about themes from the past. The ladies did not all know […]

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New Map Reveals Medieval Hall

We’ve just launched a new map to help visitors discover our wonderful medieval hall house. Visitors to the museum will now be given a copy to take round with them. Come and visit and discover the oldest home in Amersham!

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Amersham Museum’s Privacy Policy

Amersham Museum has created a new Privacy Policy. Please click here to read it. For further information or questions please email info@amershammuseum.org or call 01494 723700. 

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New exhibition about Workaid

Workaid Exhibition Teaches us How to Recycle and Help Others Amersham Museum 2nd May – 3rd June 2018 The achievements of local charity Workaid, which repairs objects for re-use in Africa, will be celebrated in a new exhibition at Amersham Museum. The exhibition, which has been created in partnership with Workaid, will run from 2nd […]

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New animation about the Amersham Martyrs

See the new animation about the Amersham martyrs, made as part of the Citizens 800 project. This video, produced with Royal Holloway University, explores the story of the Amersham Martyrs, persecuted for their religious beliefs and wish to read the Bible in English during the reign of Henry VIII. This was made with the support […]

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Car Richardson Exhibition

Discover the wonderful watercolours of local artist Car Richardson, who lived in Chesham Bois. This exhibition, which features many previously unseen works, focuses on her paintings of local people, places and events from the end of WWI to the 1940s. The exhibition is available to see during normal opening hours until 29th April. 

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Plan Your Visit

49 High Street
Old Amersham
Buckinghamshire
HP7 0DP

01494 723700
info@amershammuseum.org

OPENING TIMES

Amersham Museum is now closed for winter. We are still open for special events and groups. We will re-open in February 2019.

 

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