Horsham Museum & Art Gallery is closed until Summer 2021,  We are working hard behind the scenes to improve our customer offer but are happy to answer queries and research questions in the meantime. Contact the team via email at museum@horsham.gov.uk.

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Welcome to Horsham Museum & Art Gallery

We are currently undergoing a dramatic refurbishment and are looking forward to reopening later in 2021.

Find out more about our refurbishment

Things to do

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

Historic shop fronts on the ground floor

Tour our galleries

Take a tour of our most popular permanent spaces (known as our Galleries) before you visit

A Victorian fire engine with Horsham Fire Engine written on the side

Adopt an object

Support the museum by adopting one of 30 museum objects for a whole year. A great gift for any age

Children work together on a flints activity

Schools

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

Blog highlights

A display case filled with various objects dating from 1901-1950.

Updating the Museum Displays

An update on our behind the scenes work during lockdown. Find out more about our existing displays, and what we're working on at the moment.

shelley grave stone

Two-hundred years on, getting ready to mark a death

Next year, 8 July 2022, is the bicentenary of Percy Bysshe Shelley’s death. What will Horsham Museum be marking the occasion?

Godman Catalogue

A Collector Collected – unique items reveal all

Horsham Museum have bought two fascinating library catalogues that allow the reader to re-create the intellectual workhorse of Frederick DuCane Godman of South Lodge.

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More from the Blog

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