Horsham Museum and Art Gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm, and all days across bank holiday weekends, 10am to 4pm.
Horsham Museum and Art Gallery
Horsham, West Sussex
+44 (0)1403 254 959
Horsham Museum and Art Gallery is in Horsham Town Centre, on the Causeway.
Useful information for when you visit
Wheelchair access, assistance dogs and accessibility
There is a wheelchair ramp at the front of the museum building, and once inside the ground floor and gardens are accessible to all.
Mobility scooters should use the side entrance to enter the museum building.
There is a disabled toilet on the ground floor.
There is no step-free access to the first floor. The main staircase is wide enough for a helper to assist any visitor with mobility difficulties, though some of the passages upstairs are narrow.
We allow assistance dogs into the museum and museum gardens. We do not allow any other dogs or pets, but are happy to supply your dog with a bowl of water outside.
For those wishing to visit outside of busy periods the museum is quietest on weekdays outside of school holidays.
Baby change, pushchairs and family visits
There is a baby change facility in our disabled toilet on the ground floor.
The ground floor of the museum can be explored with a pushchair. We are happy to store pushchairs for you while you access the upper floor of the museum.
A children's trail is available for younger visitors and magnifying glasses are available from reception if children want to take a closer look at objects.
For full parking information, including locations of pay and display bays, please visit the Find parking in Horsham town centre page on the Horsham District Council website.
Horsham bus station is a very short walk from Horsham Museum, less than a quarter of a mile. Horsham bus routes are run by Compassbus and Metrobus and connect Horsham with surrounding villages to the south and Crawley and Gatwick to the north.