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The Georgian facade of the Haslemere Educational Museum
The Georgian facade of
Haslemere Educational Museum

The Museum Grounds
The Museum Grounds

Arthur the museum's mascot
Museum's Mascot
“Arthur the Bear“

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Family Arts Standards

Museum Opening Hours
10 am – 5.00 pm Tuesday to Saturday
(Closed on Mondays and Sundays)
Admission By Donation

 

 

GOOD LUCK TO NICHOLOAS HARDING WHO WILL BE UNDERTAKING WAINWRIGHTS COAST TO COAST WALK RAISING MONEY FOR
PARKINSON UK AND HASLEMERE EDUCATIONAL MUSEUM

UPDATE......

NICHOLAS HAS NOW BEEN ON THE COAST TO COAST TREK FOR A WEEK AND THE 'VITAL STATISTICS' SO FAR ARE:-
WALKED 94.7 MILES
STEPS 258,000
CLIMBED THE EQUIVALENT OF 1600 FLIGHT OF STAIRS

UPDATE...

NICHOLAS HAS NOW RETURNED TO HASLEMERE HAVING COMPLETED THE WALK,

WALKED 216 MILES
STEPS 278,000
CLIMBED THE EQUIVALENT OF 2932 FLIGHT OF STAIRS
WALKING TIME IN HOURS 88

 


 


THE MUSEUM INSPIRES ME
A Summer Exhibition by
The Pavilion Artists and Friends

Don’t miss this collaborative exhibition as the Pavilions Artists return to lead a group of local artists in an exciting exhibition and sculpture trail.

 

 


 

Museum Explorers

Museum Explorers is the new name for the Museumís events for children aged 5–11years old.

The events cover all sorts of subjects and usually link with the Museumís collections or with National events, lasting 1½ hrs the activities usually include exploring items from the collection or learning about something new and a making/doing activity.

Explore! Enjoy! Make! Create!


TO SAFEGUARD OUR VISITORS WE ASK THAT ALL UNDER 12S AND OTHER VULNERABLE VISITORS ARE ACCOMPANIED

THIS IS PART OF OUR SAFEGUARDING POLICY

 

Sampler Charts
Mary Gibson's Sampler Chart PDF
James Wilson Sampler Chart PDF
Charlotte broadhurst's 1833 Sampler Chart PDF
Ann Healy's 1831 Sampler Chart PDF

Purchasing sampler charts from the Museum Shop

 

Haslemere Museum's Online Databases
Click here for all of Haslemere Museum's Online Databases

 

School Brochures for 2013/2014

Download Schools workshops KS1 and KS2 2015/2016
Download Schools workshops KS3 and KS4 2015/2016
Download Schools loan boxes
Download Schools workshops prices KS1 and KS2
 

Planning Your Visit

Haslemere Museum is situated in Southwest Surrey near the Hampshire and West Sussex borders. With over 240,000 Natural History specimens, along with over 140,000 Human History artefacts from around the World, we are one of the largest Museums in central southern England.

There are three large permanent galleries and three temporary exhibition rooms, with a library, archive and a dedicated education room for people of all ages.

The grounds cover an area of over 15,000 sq metres, with a large pond and gazebo, an observation beehive and a tree trail that follows the Museum´s boundary through an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. National Trust land is nearby for long or short walks in the countryside.

Download Haslemere Town Centre Map (PDF File 653Kb)
Download Museum Garden and Grounds Layout (PDF File 617Kb)
Download Museum Layout (PDF File 79Kb)
Download Museum Galleries Layout (PDF File 439Kb)


 

Holding your own Exhibition or Event

If you would like to hold your exhibition or event at Haslemere Educational Museum simply call 01428 642112 or email us at enquiries@haslemeremuseum.co.uk
or visit Facilities for Hire

 
Educating People
In 2010 and 2003 the Museum was selected by The Guardian Newspaper as one of the country's Top 20 Family Friendly Museums.

In 2012 we won The Telegraph Family Friendly Museum Award and The Museums and Heritage Readers Award.

The Museum is independent and relies on the financial support of visitors and members.

This Museum was made possible because of:
Museum Founder Sir Jonathan Hutchinson
Eminent Victorian Geologist Sir Archibald Geikie

Haslemere Museum – Culture & Learning Since 1888