Kingston Museum

Museums, History Kingston Upon Thames Free
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Built in 1904, the museum and its galleries were restored between 1992 and 1997 and include a Lottery-funded 'Town of Kings' Gallery, telling the story of the Borough from Saxon times. One gallery is dedicated to the work of pioneering photographer Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904), who was born in the area.


Venue name: Kingston Museum
Address: Wheatfield Way
Kingston upon Thames
Transport: Rail: Kingston rail
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Eleanor C

The Kingston History Museum is a great asset to the town, with a wide ranging collection from the borough and an interesting section dedicated to Muybridge and his brilliant work!

Judy d

Fascinating exhibits in a beautiful building with gorgeous stained glass windows capturing the history of Kingston in this friendly local museum

clair m

This small but perfectly formed museum has at least 6 different exhibitions a year up in its first floor gallery. The static exhibitions tell the story of Kingston's ancient past right up to the present day. Always plenty going on for all ages. Well done Kingston Museum.