Find out about the story of the Stevenage from the Stone Age, its development as the first New Town and to the present day.
How to find us
The museum is underneath St. Andrew and St. George's church on St George’s Way and is well signposted from the town centre for pedestrians.
Recommended parking is in the car parks on St. George's Way opposite the museum.
General admission is free, however a small charge may be made for some events.
Access and Facilities
The entrance to the museum is ramped and all displays and activities take place on one level. Facilities include a disabled toilet with baby changing, a small coffee area and gift shop.
23 March - 4 May 2013
An artist’s view of Stevenage looking at the architecture of the New Town development. Claire Hynds presents her imagery of Stevenage in a giant jigsaw of prints in mixed media format.
We hold a wide range of events throughout the year for families, children and adults. These are listed in our 'What's On' publication available for dowloading on the right. They are also published in the 'events' section which can be viewed by using the link above.
On a wooded hill in North Hertfordshire, a small community gathered in Saxon times and began to settle the land on which Stevenage now stands.
A collection of local people reminiscing about life in post-War Stevenage
The aim of the Society is to promote and encourage interest in the history of Stevenage and the surrounding area.
Stevenage Museum has a collection of over 18,000 photographs and 10,000 objects
Our education team are here to help you make the most of your visit and will ensure you add an exciting dimension to your teaching. Visit the galleries and join in a workshop led by an Education Officer.