Godalming Museum

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It's Summer (!) 

Museum now open 10 till 5

Resource Library 1 till 4

Current and forthcoming Exhibitions and events

For a flavour of Godalming's long and rich history see
The Town

Resources for Schools!
Godalming Museum Educational Services

How to Find Us
Map and Directions

How to Contact Us
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Links to Our History and Other Sites
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Have you seen the Godalming Museum Newsletter?


At Your Service

The volunteer staff will be pleased to answer your questions and to serve you with a cup of tea in the exhibition gallery

In the shop you will find many publications about the Godalming area and attractive gifts to suit every taste and pocket

Admission is free but donations are greatly welcomed 

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Coming soon                                                                                 

Cards for Good Causes
in the Museum
26th October - 22nd December
The Museum is open
from 10am until 5pm (4pm after October 31st)
For more information contact Godalming Museum 

Cards for Good Causes
Buying your Christmas Cards and Gifts at the Museum can help a host of different charities and also the Museum itself.  The sale of cards benefits 38 charities - 32 national and six local.  For every pound spent 81p goes to the charity

A variety of gifts and books, many related to Surrey, includes an exclusive range of china ware  It is decorated with a purple Iris stylosa painted by Gertrude Jekyll, the renowned gardener who lived at Munstead Wood.  A range of smaller items includes many stocking fillers.  

Myles Birket Foster
an evening with Anthony Oxley
at St Hilary's School Godalming.
Wednesday, 1st December, 
at 7.30 pm
Tickets at £4.00 each are available from the Museum

Myles Birket Foster

In celebration of the Museum's acquisition of a work by this local painter, we devote this evening to his life and art.  
The evening is presented by Anthony Oxley, a leading authority 
on Myles Birket Foster.   Click here to see the picture and read a short biography.

The Christmas Fair
in the Museum
Saturday 4th December

Christmas Fair

Local crafts people will demonstrate their skills and sell their products. The Museum is open daily, Thursday to Saturday..  Exactly the right time for Christmas!


How to Date Old Buildings
An evening with Rod Wild at St Hilary's School, Godalming.  Wednesday 26th January 
at 7.30pm
Tickets at £4.00 are available from the Museum

How to Date Old Buildings
Tree Ring Dating - Dendrochronology -  relative to Old Surrey Buildings.  A talk by Rod Wild MA, Msc.  The speaker is a leading member of the Surrey Domestic Buildings Restoration Group and the Surrey Dendrochronology Project
Wednesday, January 26th 2005

The work work of 
CFA Voysey, Architect

Michael Edwards talks about the architect C F A Voysey, at 
St Hilary's School at 7.30 pm. 
Wednesday 2nd March 2005 Tickets at £4.00 each are available from the Museum


The work work of CFA Voysey, Architect
Following his talk on Lutyens in the last series, Michael Edwards now turns his attention to another architect whose work is represented in our locality, including Prior's Garth,  which became Huxley's home. 
Wednesday March 2nd  2005


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                                                                    Web site last updated 25/10/2004