We would like to thank the following for making a donation to the Reimagining of Amersham Museum project:

  • Amersham Action Group
  • Amersham DFAS
  • Amersham Evening Townswomen’s Guild
  • Amersham & Chesham Lions
  • The Amersham Society
  • The Friends of Amersham Museum
  • Mrs Jane Aloisi
  • Mrs Margot and Mr Ian Arthurton
  • Mrs Diana Aylott and Mr Chris Aylott
  • Mrs Jenny Baker and Mr Richard Baker and Mr Euan Baker
  • Mrs Sue Balaam & Mr Sid Balaam
  • Mrs Alison Bailey
  • Barnett Waddingham
  • Mr Evan Bazzard
  • Beauty Brands Development
  • Mrs Marian Borrows and Mr Peter Borrows
  • Mrs Paddy Bowman
  • Mrs Mary Bradfield
  • Mr Nicholas Brentnall OBE
  • Mr Peter Bright
  • Mrs Liz Brooks and Dr Michael Brooks
  • Mrs Doreen Cannon
  • Lord Carrington
  • Mrs Liz Chalmers and Mr Andrew Chalmers
  • Mr Frank Chesworth
  • Chiltern Fundraisers
  • Mrs Sue Christie and Mr Alan Christie
  • Miss Bridget Clarke
  • Mrs Diana Cobb
  • Mr Edward Copisarow and Miss Tessa Drysdale
  • Ms Cat Cozens
  • Mr Peter Cummings
  • Mr Michael Donovan
  • The Entertainer
  • Mrs Elaine Eyres and Mr Jonathan Eyres
  • Mrs Margaret Filsell
  • Mrs Pamela Franklin and Mr Michael Franklin
  • Mr Roger Funk
  • St George’s Church of England Infant School
  • Miss Barbara Gibson
  • Mrs Diana Goodbody and Mr Ted Goodbody
  • Mrs Judith Goodwyn
  • Mr Gary Gotch and Mrs Ann Murphy
  • Mrs Maureen Grover
  • Mr John Hannacher
  • Mrs Lesley Harmer and Mr Tim Harmer
  • Mrs Sheila Hayward and Mr Ian Hayward
  • Mrs Vera Hockey
  • Mr David Hodgkins
  • Mrs Anne Hogbin and Mr C Hogbin
  • Mrs Jackie Holland and Mr Richard Holland
  • Mrs Marion Howden
  • Earl Howe
  • Mrs Dee Jaggard and Mr Stuart Jaggard
  • Lady Margaret Jenkins
  • Mr John Jones
  • Mrs Maxine Kappler and Mr David Kappler
  • Mr Paul Kelly
  • Mr Peter King
  • The King’s Arms Hotel
  • Ms Liz Lean
  • Mr and Mrs Leonard
  • Luker Rowe
  • Mrs Jill Mace & Mr Doug Mace
  • Miss Mollie Maclerie
  • Mrs Ros Makins
  • Marks & Spencer Amersham
  • Mrs Joanna McMenemy
  • Ms Frances Mealey
  • Ms Kathryn Mousinho
  • Mrs Julia Munro
  • Mr John Naylor-Smith
  • Mrs Jean Newhouse and Mr Ernest Newhouse
  • Ms Denis Owen
  • Mr Charles Owen-Conway
  • Mr Peter Oakden
  • Old Amersham Hotels
  • Mr Simon Opie
  • Mrs Jane Partridge and Mr Simon Partridge
  • Phlexglobal Ltd
  • Mrs Hilary Povey
  • Mr Kenneth Prideaux-Brune
  • Mrs Laurette Read and Mr Martin Read
  • Mrs Christine Robertson
  • Ms Jacqui Robinson
  • Rotary Club Amersham
  • Mrs Valerie Royal and Mr David Royal
  • Mrs Val Russell and Mr Euan Russell
  • Mrs Joan Samwell
  • Mrs Christa Schofield & Mr Timothy Schofield
  • Mr Geoffrey Segrove
  • Miss Mary Shepherd
  • Miss Diana Shorely
  • Mr James Smillie
  • Ms Christine Standring
  • Mrs Elizabeth Stoelker
  • Mrs Yvonne Suckling and Mr John Suckling
  • Mrs Christine Summers
  • Ms Dorothy Symes
  • Mr Michael Taylor
  • Mr William Templeton
  • Mrs Liz Tench
  • Miss Adriene Thirkell
  • Mrs Dorothy Thomson and Mr David Thomson
  • Ms Jean Tipler
  • Mrs Ann Toettcher
  • Mrs Inés del Tufo and Mr Anthony del Tufo
  • Miss Barbara Webber
  • Mrs Isabel Westhead
  • Mr Stephen Wilcock
  • Mrs Lynne Williams & Mr Peter Williams
  • Mrs Grace Worthington and Mr James Worthington

We are also delighted to have received grants from the following organisations:

  • AIM Preventive Conservation Grant supported by the Pilgrim Trust
  • The Bucks Historic Buildings Trust
  • The Barbara Whatmore Charitable Trust
  • The Chiltern Conservation Board
  • The Francis Coales Charitable Foundation
  • The Garfield Weston Foundation
  • The Rothschild Foundation
  • The Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Makers of Playing Cards Charity
  • Paradigm Foundation
  • South-East Museums Development Grant and Ready to Borrow Grant, supported by the Arts Council
  • The Sylvia Waddilove Foundation

Plan Your Visit

Opening hours:

Wednesday to Sunday, and Bank Holiday Mondays, 12noon to 4:30pm

49 High Street
Old Amersham

01494 723700
[email protected]


“Enjoyed our visit to this wonderful interactive museum where you are positively encouraged to touch things!”

“Visited Amersham museum yesterday – lovely place, provides many details on the history of the place. Plenty of cute cafes, pubs and shops around also… not difficult to find free parking nearby. ”

“A well-run, informative and interesting small museum on the main street. It’s mostly volunteer-run and they do a great job in keeping it and making you feel welcome…Check out the herb garden too.”

“Enjoyable film and television location guided walk around Amersham hosted by Amersham Museum – here are the Sun Houses on Highover Park and further up the hill is High & Over.”

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