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River & Rowing Museum
Mill Meadows
Henley-on-Thames
Oxfordshire

RG9 1BF | View map
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Welcome to the River & Rowing Museum

Open daily from 10am – 5pm, the River & Rowing Museum welcomes visitors of all ages to our award winning building on the banks of the River Thames.

Explore our galleries and exhibitions, attend one of our events, take a look in our shop, or relax in The Wild Fork Cafe.

The Museum has four permanent galleries dedicated to Rowing, Rivers, the work of British Artist John Piper and the history of Henley on Thames.

The Museum is also home to the magical Wind in the Willows exhibition which brings to life the much-loved story with 3D models, lighting and music.

With a constantly evolving calendar of temporary art and photography exhibitions and a year-round calendar of nature trails, craft workshops and family days, there is always something new to see and do.

Admission tickets are valid for 12 months, so you can pay once and come back as often as you like! A short walk from the centre of Henley on Thames,the Museum is also a short walk from Henley on Thames railway station and offers free parking for visitors. The Museums is fully accessible to wheelchair users

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Months Open: The Museum, Café and Shop are open daily, 10am – 5pm
Discount for Groups: Yes
Admission Price: Annual Pass
Adult: £12.50
Concession: £11.50
Child 4 & over: £9.95
Catering: Restaurant/Café/Refreshments

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