Godalming Museum

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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
Contact the Museum

Links to Our History and Other Sites
History Links

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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Godalming has a long and rich history

The Museum

Take a virtual tour of the museum here
Go to the Site Index here 
Better still visit the Museum at 109a High Street opposite the Pepperpot.  The Museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 4pm daily  (5pm in Summer) Telephone 0

Godalming Views

Its numerous inns and ale houses provided hospitality for travellers on the London to Portsmouth road. Take this link for views of Godalming High Street Then and Now 

Distinguished People

Many distinguished people are associated with the town.  Go to the index of personalities here.  Godalming's distinguished people include 

General Jame Oglethorpe, who lived in Godalming, and founded the colony of Georgia in the USA in 1732 with 120 settlers. Click here.

Getrude Jeckyll, Sir Edwin Lutyens The Godalming area is rightly associated with the extraordinary talents of the  gardener Gertrude Jeckyll who had a profound influence on garden design, and the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens who is generally regarded as one the great British architects of the 20th Century. Gertrude Jeckyll click here.  Sir Edwin Lutyens click here

Jack Phillips - Godalming was home for John "Jack" Phillips - the heroic chief wireless telegraphist who died at his post aboard the Titanic on the night she sank. Click here

The stories of these distinguished people and many more are to be found on the Godalming Museum Web Site - Click here to go to the Index

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The Museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 till 5 in summer, 10 till 4 in winter








                                                                    Web site last updated 16/01/2006