A Brief History of Farnham
Chapter 3 – God Save the Queens – open now
This year we continue our journey through the history of Farnham in an exhibition titled A brief history of Farnham.
Chapter 1 of the exhibition The Ground Beneath our Feet explores prehistoric Farnham, through to the Civil War using archaeological finds.
Chapter 2 – A Georgian at 38 West St, telling the story of Georgian Farnham using a set dressed room in the museum. Learn more about the house itself and the people of the town.
Chapter 3 – God Save the Queens takes you from the beginning of Queen Victoria’s reign through to today’s times under Queen Elizabeth II.
Objects in Focus
28th January-19th December 2020, Tues-Sat, 10am-5pm. Free entry
Objects in Focus is a community based project, where a chosen group work with the museum curatorial team to deliver a small exhibition focused on a select few objects. The story behind or surrounding the object is revealed, giving deeper meaning to the collections and connecting it with our community. Our 2020 group will be museum volunteers.
April: 8th, 9th, 11th, 15th, 16th, and 18th 2020; 10.30am-2.30pm, Free entry
The Museum’s pop-up café returns, providing tea, cake and scones in the beautiful setting of our walled garden. Join us anytime from 10:30am-12:30pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays during the Easter holiday.
Let’s go wild for gardens!
18th July 2020, 11am-4pm. Free entry.
This July come to the museum for our Let’s go wild for gardens event. We’ll celebrate all things gardens and what lives in them. There will be various stalls and free talks from local organisations and societies to inspire and learn from. For gardeners and wildlife lovers of all ages.