Welcome to Havering Museum -
The hidden gem of the Greater London Borough.
Museum is currently closed
Due to the current Coronavirus situation, the Havering Museum will remain closed until at least Friday 25th June. Providing the Government guidelines permit and providing the Havering Museum feels it can open in a safe and viable way then we hope to reopen on Friday 25th June. At this stage we do not know if the social distancing requirements will allow group (Reminiscence, Variety Club, Photogroup etc.) activities to run but we are monitoring the situation and will endeavour to restart these activities as soon as safely possible.
Children up to 16 years old - FREE
(Children must be supervised at all times)
The Museum, which opened in May 2010, tells the story of Havering from pre-history to the present day and highlights the achievements of local people while exploring how the areas that make up the Borough were formed and developed. ...more
Havering Museum collects and preserves objects which record the history of the London Borough of Havering, making them accessible to a wide audience through exhibitions, events, activities and education programmes.
The Museum has developed a strong community identity and pride in the achievements of local people, providing a wide range of opportunities for engagement in its work through volunteering, research projects, talks and other activities.
Havering Museum is an Arts Council England Accredited museum No. 2403
If you want to become an important part of the heritage and community hub of Havering, then why not consider becoming a volunteer at the Museum. Apart from joining one of our Front of House teams, there are many activities, events and projects that need your help.
For more details and how you can become a volunteer at Havering Museum go on to the link and complete the Application Form. We look forward to welcoming you.