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Friday, 28 November 2014

Welcome to The Twickenham Museum website.

Here we reveal some of the history of Twickenham, Whitton, Teddington and the Hamptons. These villages, situated by the River Thames to the south-west of London, have a rich history going back thousands of years.

This material is the "virtual reality" part of the museum, which is housed in a small building that can only display, or store, a fraction of our recorded history.

Use our Timeline to follow events from the earliest days of 'Tuican hom' to the present. Try one of our Themed exhibitions and discover the historical sites and people. Read the stories behind the People, Places and Events of the area.

Look through our archive of photographs, maps, documents and paintings.

Whatever you do, enjoy your visit!

The website relies on voluntary support for its continuing development. Please make a donation.


 

Recent additions to the website:
  Jonathan Wathen Phipps/Waller
  John Nash Goatly (1810-1862)
  Murray Park 1914-2014
  Thomas Westrow
  Thomas Christopher Hofland
  James Arthur Messenger
  Welbore Ellis PC, FSA, DCL, 1st Baron Mendip
  The Hon Sir William Stanhope
  Charlotte, Countess of Drogheda
  The Twickenham Volunteers
  Robert Weston (Harris)
  Christopher D'Oyly
The Twickenham Museum
The museum
Detail from painting 'Thames at Twickenham' by Peter Tillemans
Thames at Twickenham
by Peter Tillemans
The Statues at York House
The Statues
at York House
Alexander Pope
Alexander Pope
Riverside Map
Riverside Map
Where We Are
Visit the museum at
25, The Embankment
Twickenham
Middlesex
TW1 3DU
United Kingdom
We are open Tuesdays and Saturdays, 11.00am to 3.00pm; Sundays, 2.00pm to 4.00pm
Admission is FREE but donations are welcome.
Access
The Museum is a Grade II listed building and may not be accessible to all visitors. There are two steps at the front door and a narrow staircase to the first floor.
Location map
Events & News

Road, Rail and River Exhibition
An illustrated exhibition on the history of transport in of Twickenham, Whitton, the Hamptons and Teddington

Christmas Truce at Kneller Hall
In partnership with The Royal Military School of Music, we will commemorate the 1914 Christmas Truce at Kneller Hall on Thursday 4th December.

Football at the Front
Our programme of events remembering Twickenham's contribution to the First World War runs from December to July 2016.

Murray Park Centenary Exhibition
An exhibition to commemorate 100 years of Murray Park, Whitton

Villages on the River
The core of this exhibition illustrating the history and growth of the various settlements continues at the museum.

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