River & Rowing Museum
Inspiring, entertaining and interactive...we're so much more than a Museum!
Explore the magical story of The Wind in the Willows with our fantastic exhibition that tells the story through 3D models, sounds and dramatic lighting. Our other exhibitions cover the sport of rowing, the River Thames and the town of Henley on Thames. We're committed to creating a fun, hands-on environment where kids can enjoy themselves and learn a little along the way. And our thought-provoking exhibitions mean adults won't be bored either! Our stunning contemporary building overlooks the Thames and meadows. Our café always has healthy, local food on the menu and the shop has brilliant books, toys, jewellery and games for all budgets. Our admission tickets give FREE entry for a year - so pay once and come back as many times as you like!
£7 Adults. Child 3 & under Free. Child 4 & over £5. Concessions £5. Family of 4 £20.
- Tourism South East Award - Tourism South East Member 2013
|2011 (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|
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