26th January – 24th December, Tues-Sat, 10am – 5pm · free entry
50 years ago a pair of intrepid adventurers set out on a voyage which became a remarkable story of determination, resilience and ultimate tragedy, attempting to become the first to row across the Atlantic. Discover the story of David Johnstone and John Hoare, and their little boat The Puffin in our anniversary exhibition.
Time to Remember: An Exhibition to mark the first two minutes silence May 1916
1st March – 29th October, Tues – Sat, 10am – 5pm · free entry
In 2016 the Museum will be commemorating the centenary of the first two minutes silence, held in Castle Street in May 1916. Through stories from Farnham’s past, and experiences of men and women of Farnham who served in WW1, this exhibition will explore the origins of the silence and the significance of the remembrance event.
15th November 2016 – 25th January 2017, Tues – Sat, 10am – 5pm · free entry
Ever wondered what and how museums collect? Come and see a selection of material acquired and curated by the museum during the last three years. On view at the museum for the very first time, these objects reflect the diverse of history of the town, from ancient past to contemporary times.
Time to Remember Showcase
12th November, 10am – 4pm · free entry
To celebrate the conclusion of our Time to Remember project we will be holding a free event at the Garden Gallery to showcase stories, artwork, recordings and film created as part of the project inspired by Farnham’s Remembrance story.
15th and 16th December, 7 – 8.30pm · tickets £7, including mince pie and glass of wine
Rosemary Wisbey, Caryl Griffith, Gordon Dearing and Christopher Reeks present ‘A Partridge in a Pear Tree’, a miscellany of thoughts about Christmas gifts. Booking essential, please call 01252 715 094 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.