Your Visit

Opening hours 2017

We are open from Friday 17th February 2017 at the following times:*
- Fridays 10am – 4pm
- Saturdays 10am – 1pm  
- Sundays 2pm – 5pm

*Last entry time for the museum is 30 minutes before closing time, but the shop and cafe (free entry) will be open until the published closing times. Please check website before visiting for latest news and special events.

We recommend you allow at least 1½ hours for your visit.

Admission charges:

Entry to the whole museum with a free guided tour included (optional)
- Adult £5.50 (including gift aid)  
- Child (5 -17) £3.00
- Under 5’s FREE

Temporary exhibitions ONLY
- Adult £2.50 (including gift aid)  
- Child (5 -17) £1.00
- Under 5’s FREE

Discounts are available for family groups.

We are able to accept card payments.

Group Visits:

Bring your group for an exclusive experience at the Museum outside usual visiting times. 

Find out more by clicking here

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On the first Sunday of each month you can enjoy a Victorian lesson. Lessons start at 2:30 & 3:30pm – don’t be late! These sessions are very popular, advance booking is recommended. To book visit our Victorian lesson page

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How to get here:

Parking

There is no visitor parking available at the museum except by prior arrangement for Blue Badge holders.

There is a pay and display car park about 200 meters away by St Mary’s Church. More details of car parking in Hitchin can be found here.

SAT NAV postcode for the museum: SG4 9TS

Public Transport

You can get to Hitchin by bus from London, Luton, Bedford, Cambridge and Stevenage. The bus stop is by St Mary’s Church, just 3 minutes’ walk from the museum. Hitchin Railway Station is a 10 – 15 minute walk from the museum and is on the direct line from London Kings Cross to Peterborough and Cambridge.

Access

Access Policy Statement 2017