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Windsor and Royal Borough Museum

Windsor and Royal Borough Museum Standard

*Temporarily Closed
Our museum gallery remains closed whilst we undertake some changes to move the tourist information centre into our gallery later this year.
You can visit our outdoor exhibition anytime on the Corn Market or book onto one of our open air talks about Windsor Guildhall. Keep following us for more information and to continue to see our collection online.
For more information visit www.windsormuseum.org.uk

Windsor and Royal Borough Museum is a family friendly museum bursting with interesting facts and interactive displays of East Berkshire. The museum explores the history of the borough through an audio trail of stories told by local residents about their lives and the changing landscape of Windsor. The museum offers a look into our unique and varied collection, from our 100,000 year old Mammoth tusk to a model of a Hawker Hurricane, the plane designed by Windsor-born Sir Sydney Camm. When available, we also offer guided tours of the Grade I listed Windsor Guildhall, where you can gain a glimpse into these splendid rooms, view the collection of portraits of monarchs since Elizabeth I and learn about the civic history of Windsor.

Whilst temporarily closed, the museum is offering talks and tours on selected dates and continues to share objects and stories about the Royal Borough and its residents online. Family activities are available here, including downloadable worksheets, quizzes and videos to complete from the comfort of your own home.

Visitors can also help the museum to record the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our community by donating items to ‘The Royal Borough Memory Box’. This historic project invites you to contribute your photographs, videos, artwork, stories and any items that represent your personal experiences of life during the pandemic and in lockdown. To get involved with this unique opportunity, visit the Royal Borough Memory Box website here.

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Windsor & Royal Borough Museum, Windsor Guildhall, High Street, Windsor SL4 1LR.
01628 685686
museum@rbwm.gov.uk
www.windsormuseum.org.uk