Visit us this summer

Discover Horsham Museum & Art Gallery to find out more about the history of the town and district.

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Things to do

Summer Exhibition

Everything you need to know about our summer exhibition on Frederick DuCane Godman.

The exhibition is on the first floor and steps must be navigated to reach the gallery,

A memorial plaque on the New Beginnings trail

Discover our heritage trails

See Horsham District's history first-hand with our self-guided heritage trails

Causeway House

Become a Friend of Horsham Museum

Support the museum by joining the Friends of Horsham Museum.  The Friends fundraise for the museum as well as host a series of events.

Children work together on a flints activity


Book an in-school workshop. Visits can be closely tailored to your year group and curriculum

Blog highlights

Colourful artwork of Piries Place

The Gallery at Horsham Museum

Our gallery showcases the work of artists from the South East of England. The selection of work on display is varied featuring calming landscape views and dramatic coastlines as well as abstract works and even highly detailed astronomical prints of far away galaxies and nebulas.

Frederick DuCane Godman: The Legacy of a Collector

Our summer exhibition details the life of local natural scientist Frederick DuCane Godman who made his home at South Lodge in the District.

Stained glass window with image of Percy Bysshe Shelley

Percy Bysshe Shelley Gallery

Visit our newly refurbished display which details the life of local poet Percy Bysshe Shelley.  Visitors can discover more about his early life in Horsham and details of his life and work until his tragic death in Italy at 29.

Horsham Museum and Art Gallery

More from the Blog

Find more posts about local history, objects in our collections, and walk-through tours of our galleries on our Blog