The museum welcomes pre-arranged visits by groups outside normal museum opening hours, during the day or in the evening. An introductory talk, either before the visit or when you arrive at the museum, can usually be arranged if requested.

We can also arrange a guided walk as part of your visit to the museum. Choose either:

  • A walk around the old town looking at the historic buildings and hearing about people who lived there, or
  • A Tudor walk, with a guide in costume, following in the footsteps of the Lollards who were burnt at the stake for their beliefs, including the right to read an English translation of the Bible, or 
  • A walk around Amersham-on-the-Hill or Chesham Bois, focused on the Arts & Crafts buildings of J H Kennard 

The costs are:

  • £7 per person for a pre-arranged museum visit with a minimum charge of £70, or
  • £7 per person for a walk with a minimum charge of £70, or
  • £10 per person for a combined museum visit and walk with a minimum charge of £100

Contact for more information or complete the form below.


Group Bookings

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Plan Your Visit

49 High Street
Old Amersham

01494 723700

From Thursday May 20th, the museum will open on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. In order avoid disappointment we advise you to pre-book your time slot, please click on this link.

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