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Please note, the Piper Gallery will be closed between the 27th Nov and 7th December for essential maintenance works. Explore our website to discover John Piper while the gallery is temporarily closed. Discover John Piper
Enjoy an exciting range of events and exhibitions year-round, in the Museum and online. Try something new in Museum workshops or family activities, delve deeper into a subject with our talks and lectures, or soak up culture in our exhibitions.
An exhibition of work from our collection, created by female artists between 1812 and 2012, all of which was rediscovered through the progress of our Collections Audit Project. This essential project has given us the chance to closely examine our collection, allowing us to rediscover some fascinating objects.
A new photography exhibition by Jonathan Goldberg exploring life on the many islands of the River Thames.
Explore what it means to be a rower in this mixed media exhibition featuring Lea Rowing Club who have championed diversity and access in the sport.
Join us for an afternoon of festive creativity in this adult workshop. Enjoy a mulled wine and mince pies as you craft a decorative beaded wreath or napkin rings.
Discover the many ways to be involved and become part of the RRM Friends community
Join us for a magical Christmas of family fun. Each weekday from 18th December you can come and meet Father Christmas, receive a gift, and enjoy a different Christmas activity!
We reopened on 1st July 2023 following our closure for repair and refurbishment.
We are open Thursday to Monday, 10am to 4pm.
During school holidays we will be open daily from 10am to 4pm.
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The parking system is a ticketless, cashless system. Visitors pay at the barrier as they leave by payment card (cash not accepted). Visitors can also pay at the kiosk in the Museum foyer as they exit the building.