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Open Saturdays 1-5pm, Sundays 1-5pm, Wednesdays 2-5pm and Bank Holidays 1-5pm.
(Mar-Oct. Nov-Feb times are Sundays and New Years Day 2-4pm)
We can also open by special appointment for groups, schools, etc.
An interesting and informative selection of displays and exhibits providing an insight to the history of this beautiful and historic town and the surrounding area. Admission is free. The Marlow Museum is handy to the town centre, Court Garden Leisure Centre, Higginson Park and the Pound Lane car park.
As well as the permanent displays, there are feature displays that are changed to something new every few months. Our past displays have included: General Higginson, 20 Women of Marlow, Borlase, Lace Making, Marlow Donkey, Natural History of the River, Little Marlow, Archaeology.
In school holidays there are often special activities for children, some of which continue throughout the summer.
Marlow Museum's Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition 2017 - the winners have been announced.
Sat 24th June - Ice Cream will be made, the Victorian way, at the museum. Free demonstrations 1pm - 5pm.
Some Current Displays:
The Story of Marlow Bottom – from Tin Town to Des Res. The exhibition compiled by valley residents and designed by the Marlow Museum tells the fascinating story over centuries of how the once open countryside and farmland became an important residential area with shops, church, school and businesses. Entry is Free and a booklet (revised and expanded second edition) covering the story with pictures is available to purchase. Greetings Cards featuring the Valley are also available.
( display runs until end Aug-17)
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