On Tuesday afternoons, the Tony Woodcock Room is host to a range of classes that offer a new perspective on literature. Join us to take part in seminars that range from Shakespeare to Creative Writing and Classical Mythology to the latest fiction. All welcome – absolutely no prior knowledge needed. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01494 […]Read More
Read Alison Bailey’s latest feature for the Bucks Free Press, “A walk around Amersham-on-the-Hill“Read More
Amersham Museum is featured in the new flyer produced by Visit Buckinghamshire. It promotes great days out and will be distributed to group tour organisers and other relevant partners. Click on this link to access the flyerRead More
Unfortunately there is no Mini Museum session tomorrow, Friday 17th January. We apologise for any inconvenience. The next session is on Friday 14th February, 10am-11.30amRead More
Opening Up Literature classes are open to everyone— no prior knowledge needed. All classes take place in the Amersham Museum, Old Amersham. The cost of a ten week course is £150 which includes a copy of the book being studied. The tutor is Mary Sharp. Mary is an experienced broadcaster and teacher with particular expertise […]Read More
With the support of the Heritage Fund Amersham Museum has recently launched new teaching resources for KS3 to support the teaching of women and suffrage in history. Over the last 18 months we’ve been researching the contribution of local women to WWI and the campaign for suffrage. We’ve uncovered some incredible stories which we’ve published […]Read More
by Alison Bailey This week we are wearing our red poppies with pride and many of us will attend moving Remembrance services on Sunday. The British Legion’s soldier silhouette is once again marking the roadsides of many villages in the area. Whilst it is imperative that we remember the terrible sacrifice of a generation of […]Read More
Amersham Museum is proud to be a partner in delivering the Chilterns Heritage Festival this year! Celebrate local heritage & connect with the past with a fortnight of events organised by the. As part of the festival, the museum is hosting a private guided tour on the 27th September.Read More
Plan Your Visit
49 High Street
The museum is open Wednesday – Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays 12noon-4.30pm.
Admission £4.50, children free.
We can open for groups at any time of the year. Visits to the museum outside of advertised hours cost £7 per person or £10 for both a walk and a museum visit.
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