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    The Museum offers a unique opportunity to combine an investigation of real objects from the collections with exploration and inspiration from the natural world, practical experiments and creative activities in the Arbib Education Centre. Sign up for our monthly newsletter here…

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    A stunning contemporary building on the banks of the River Thames.  Set amongst trees and meadows, the River & Rowing Museum offers a unique venue for conferences, parties or weddings. Have drinks on our beautiful terrace and dine in our stunning glass fronted Thames room.

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    The shop stocks locally made jewellery, ceramics, handbags, Wind in the Willows toys and a wide range of speciality publications.

  • Henley-on-Thames


    Designed by David Chipperfield and located on the banks of the River Thames in Henley on Thames, the Museum celebrates and explores four core themes – Rivers, Rowing, Henley and Wind in the Willows –  through a wide variety of exhibitions and events.

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    Celebrate Christmas at the River & Rowing Museum

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    Get married at the Museum!  Find out more about our amazing venue…

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    Eduardo Paolozzi: General Dynamic F.U.N. 

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    As an independent Museum, we receive no funding from government and rely on membership and donations to achieve the Museum’s objectives.  Click here to find out how to get involved.

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    Edward Lear: Travel and Nonsense

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    Make a beautiful festive table decoration for your home…

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    Meet at the Museum!
    With stunning meeting rooms, great catering and AV facilities, the Museum offers a unique venue for your meeting or conference.
    Call us to find out more – 01491 415631

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    Under 5s

    Join our exciting Taylor Tugs at Tea Time sessions for under 5s on Wednesday afternoons…

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    Rowing Heritage Champions

    Help us preserve our unique rowing heritage by becoming a Rowing Heritage Champion

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    We are recruiting for a Front Desk staff and Volunteer Gallery Assistants, click here to find out more.

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    Family Day

    Join in the festive fun at our Wind in the Willows themed family day…

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    Shop online!

    Our online shop is packed with gorgeous gifts and stunning collections including beautiful Kate Moby homeware and Julie Dodsworth’s vintage style accessories.

20-11-15 Students with Mayor

Takeover Day

Students take over the Museum!
Last Friday, 20 November, year 9 students from The Langley Academy worked as Curators,...

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The Museum is open 7 days a week
10am – 5pm

Telephone: 01491 415600

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