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What’s On

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.

Specific dates
7 June - 31 December 2024

Meditation & Gong Sound Bath

Jo Winterton Yoga is hosting a monthly meditation & gong sound bath in the Thames Room here at the Museum.

13 June - 31 July 2024

Nick Schlee: ‘Looking at Water’

Returning 24 years after he first exhibited with us, Schlee presents an exhibition of oil paintings and works on paper capturing the constant movement, beauty and colour of moving water.

26 June - 15 September 2024

The Games at Henley

The Games at Henley exhibition explores over a century of sporting legacy in Henley-on-Thames, from the 1908 Games to Paris 2024!

1 July 2024 - 1 July 2025

The Space Vault

A once-in-a-lifetime chance to see relics of human space exploration with your own eyes and discover Oxford’s story as the centre for UK space exploration.

Become a Patron

Discover the many ways to be involved and become part of the RRM Patrons community

1 - 20 July 2024

River Life Photo Competition

To celebrate an exciting month on our wonderful stretch of the River Thames, Val Wyatt Marine have teamed up with the Museum and Hobbs of Henley to encourage all budding photographers (young, old, amateur or experienced) to capture and share their RIVER LIFE photos in July.

29 July - 1 August 2024

Summer of Sporting Fun: Week 1

Make the most of the summer holidays with fun family activities at the Museum!

Two girls smile as they enjoy a craft activity where they are cutting and gluing paper.
31 July - 21 August 2024

Work & Play Holiday Club

Struggling for childcare over the summer holidays? Looking for something enriching and engaging for your children to do whilst you work or whilst you take a break? We have the answer… bring them to the River & Rowing Museum! This summer we are launching Work and Play Wednesdays.

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Two men and a woman using tin plates to row a canoe in the 1930s
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