Opening Hours

WE ARE NOW FULLY OPEN! Including all Galleries and Wind in the Willows  

Open Thursday to Monday, 10am – 4pm (last general admission 2.40pm, car park closes at 4pm).

General Admission tickets are now available for booking from 10th Sep to 21st Sep – including visits to our special exhibition Gertrude Hermes (now extended until 11th October – more dates on sale soon) and Wind in the Willows.

BOOK YOUR VISIT: To control the number of people in the Museum and ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience, we’ve introduced a new booking system. Advance booking is highly recommended. Please note that as of Monday 14th September 2020, bookings will be limited to a maximum of 6 people per family group or support bubble.

Book your visit Thurs 17th – Mon 21st Sep

Book your visit Thurs 24th – Mon 28th Sep

Book your visit Thurs 1st – Mon 5th Oct

SPECIAL OFFER: 2 for 1 on General Admission for RG9 Residents – 2for1 on all full priced adult tickets for General Admission visits (only – not applicable for Curator’s Tours) until and including 23rd October 2020 subject to availability. Offer subject to availability. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. RG9 residents must bring proof of address at time of visiting. Book online above and enter discount code ‘RG9’ at checkout.

Curator Tours – Tours of the Gertrude Hermes exhibition, John Piper Gallery as well as our new The Henley Story Curator Tour must be booked in advance (these tickets do not include general gallery access).

Book now for The Henley Story Curator Tour

Book now for Gertrude Hermes Curator Tour

Book now for John Piper Curator Tours

 

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For further information – read our FAQs Museum General Updated August 2020.

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Museum tickets during regular opening are as follows:

Admission PricesDay TicketAnnual Pass
Adult£9.00£24.00
Child (4-18)£6.00£16.00
Senior Citizen (65+) £8.50£22.50
Concession£8.00£21.50
Art FundFree admission

Accessibility

The Museum is fully accessible and carers are entitled to free admission.

What is Gift Aid?

Gift Aid is a Treasury operated scheme that means registered charities can reclaim the tax already paid on donations made to them. When visiting the Museum it means you can offer to make a donation equivalent to the admission price when purchasing your tickets. If you are a UK tax payer the Museum can claim the tax you have already paid on your donation, all we need is your name and address. These details are only used for the Gift Aid scheme. This means we can claim back 25p in every £1 donated and makes a significant contribution to the running costs of the Museum.

River & Rowing Museum Foundation Registered Charity 1001051

For more information on the UK Gift Aid scheme please go to http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/individuals/giving/gift-aid.htm.

Thank you for your support.

Art Fund Members

Please note that Members of the Art Fund who show a National Art Pass card are entitled to FREE admission to the Museum.

Details at http://www.artfund.org.