Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 1BF United Kingdom
Thursday to Monday 10am to 4pm
Visit the River & Rowing Museum in its beautiful riverside location in Henley on Thames. The doors of the Museum’s award-winning David Chipperfield designed building open onto the art and stories of the river including the enchanting family-friendly Wind in the Willows, the history of Henley, riverbank wildlife conservation, the work of local Modern British artist John Piper and the sport of rowing. The galleries include interactive displays and objects of international significance. The Museum hosts a lively programme of special exhibitions from partners including the Ashmolean, Seven Stories and the V&A, complemented by curator talks and hands-on workshops for all ages. The Museum’s Café terrace overlooks Mill Meadows, and its shop celebrates local suppliers, specialising in children’s books and games, jewellery and craft.
Wind in the Willows
Visitors young and old will love this enchanting recreation of the riverbank world of The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. The walk-through gallery of this treasured story of friendship features 3D models, theatrical lighting and music.
Painting in Coloured Light: Discovering the modern stained glass designs of John Piper
This exciting new display in the River & Rowing Museum’s nationally significant John Piper Gallery, shines a spotlight on Piper’s lifelong passion for stained glass, influenced by the medieval windows he encountered from childhood.
Adult £9 inc Gift Aid
Children 4 – 16 £6 inc Gift Aid
Child under 4 – Free
Senior Concessions £8.50 inc Gift Aid
Concessions £8 inc Gift Aid
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