Museum of Farnham, 38 West Street
Things to see
The Museum of Farnham is a local history museum, located in a beautiful Georgian town house with many original features and a delightful walled garden.
Visit us to discover Farnham’s history, from its prehistoric routes to its hop growing boom and Victorian grandeur. The tales of the illustrious William Cobbett, political agitator, and George Sturt local author and craftsperson, whilst marvelling at the inventions of engineer John Henry Knight, who created one of the first petrol driven cars!
The museum is also home to an extensive art and craft collection thanks to the many artists and crafts people who have been drawn to Farnham over the years.
The Museum of Farnham is part of Farnham Maltings Association, a creative organisation that works with artists and communities to encourage the most people to make, see and enjoy the best art possible. The Museum works actively with the Farnham Maltings to reach these goals.
The Museum of Farnham
38 West Street
t: 01252 715094
Update: Saturday 15th July
Please note that the Museum will be closed on Saturday 15th July so that Museum staff can deliver the Finding Farnham Festival in Gostrey Meadow from 11am-3pm. Join us there for part of our annual community dig, as we celebrate the national Festival of British Archaeology. With fun for all the family, you can try your hand at excavation, meet a Prehistoric man, and a host of other archaeological activities. For any urgent enquiries please call Farnham Maltings on 01252 745 444.