The Museum is easily accessible by train, car and on foot

We’re reopening from 20 May!

The whole Museum including Café, Shop and all galleries will reopen from 20 May 2021.

Last chance to see Elmer and Friends Exhibition – extended until 21 June.

All tickets on sale from 27 April. We will keep you informed on our website, social media and via our e-newsletter.

Please keep checking back here for further updates or Sign up to enews including for details of our online events programme.

Address

River & Rowing Museum, Mill Meadows, Henley on Thames, Oxon, RG9 1BF.

If you are using a satnav, please note that our postcode will take you to Henley Station.  When approaching the turn to the station, please take the road marked ‘Meadow Lane’ and continue through Mill Meadows to the Museum, turning right into our visitor car park.

General Enquiries: 01491 415600 or museum@rrm.co.uk.

Parking

The Museum has a large car park for Museum, Cafe and Shop visitors (only) with a flat parking fee of £4 per vehicle.  Please turn right into the Museum car park on arrival at the Museum, and take a ticket from the barrier.  Present your ticket to pay for your parking at our front desk where the visitor services team will be able to assist you. They will also then provide you with the exit code for the car park for when you are ready to leave.  The code is changed daily.  The places are offered on a first come first served basis, and available places cannot be guaranteed.  There is a large public car park on the river side of the Museum, operated by Henley Town Council.

As a charity with no ongoing government funding, the River & Rowing Museum relies on income from visitors and supporters like you. With its income drastically reduced whilst closed during lockdown and in order to secure the Museum’s long-term future, a flat rate parking charge of £4 per vehicle has been introduced for the first time in the Museum’s 21 year history. Thank you for your support.

Rail

Hourly services from London (Paddington), Reading and Maidenhead via Twyford to Henley on Thames.

We are a short level walk – 5 minutes – from Henley station.

National Rail Enquiries
First Great Western Link

Cycle

The Museum has bike racks available for visitors to use free of charge.  Find out more about local cycle networks here:

Sustrans Cycle Network

Bus

Regular 328/329 bus services between Reading and High Wycombe, stopping at Henley on Thames. There is an hourly X39 service from Oxford. For additional information visit:

Reading Buses
Arriva Buses

Boat

A seasonal passenger boat service is operated by Salters Steamers from Reading and Marlow and will drop passengers off at the Museum’s jetty. Salters Steamers.

Map

Here is a Google map showing our location.