Opening and Closing Times
*Wednesday - Friday: 11:00 - 16:30
Last entry to the galleries: 15:30
Last entry to the Shop: 16:00
*We will be closed on Thursday from 8th August 2022 and expect to resume our normal Thursday openings from Thursday 8th September 2022
Please check the front page news flash for any changes, due to the holiday period and the continuing Covid situation, we sometimes have to close at short notice if volunteers become unavailable.
Children up to 16 years old - FREE
(Children must be supervised at all times)
Annual Season Ticket
Senior Citizens £12.00
We welcome group visits or guided tours (10 people or more) at £2.00 per head.
On request, we will also provide reasonably priced tea, coffee and biscuits at the end of your visit.
For more information or to book a group visit please contact email@example.com or phone the Museum on 01708 766571
By Car: M25, junction 29 and follow the A127 towards London for approximately 2 miles until you reach the Gallows corner flyover and roundabout. Take the first left at the roundabout onto the A118 Romford. Continue along the A118 Main Road across two sets of traffic lights. This will lead you onto the Romford ring road. Continue to the Asda roundabout. Take the second exit, at the next roundabout take the second exit, at the third roundabout take the second exit marked "The Brewery" for the car park. Post code RM1 1AU will take you to the Brewery car park and this is the closest and has a 24 hour parking.
*If you are coming to an evening event please check the closing times of the car park you use as some aren't 24 hour opening and the market has restricted evenings when it is available.
By Bus: The following buses all stop at Romford Market: 66, 86, 87, 103, 128, 165,
174, 175, 193, 247, 248, 252, 294, 296, 351, 365, 370, 373, 374, 496, 499, 500,
750/751. For information about bus services to Romford follow this link to the
Transport for London bus and train routes.
By Rail: Romford is on the London, Liverpool Street to Southend-on- Sea line. It's the Shenfield train which comes most frequently to Romford. Please check for services and weekend engineering works at www.nationalrail.co.uk
When you come out of Romford station, turn left and keep walking straight along South Street until you come to the Golden Lion pub then turn left along the High Street (the opposite direction to the Market) and you’ll see the Havering Museum about 100 yards along on the left.