Museum

All the fun of the fair

Step right up to find out more about Stevenage’s annual Charter.

Opens 22 July 2017

Stevenage Charter Fair 1907


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. There is no free parking near the museum other than a disabled parking area on the Church forecourt in Cuttys Lane.

Admission Charges

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.


Exhibitions


Events

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.


Services for Schools

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.


Birthday Parties

We offer birthday parties on Saturday afternoons 2.30 - 4pm


Reminiscence visits

We have a group of friendly volunteers who go out to community groups to run reminiscence sessions, as well as running a monthly event at the museum on a Friday morning (see events for listing). Themes include: school days, going out and setting up home. To find out more contact the museum.


Shop

We have a small gift shop here at the museum. With a selection of books, toys and pocket-money items to buy. The shop also sells branded Stevenage merchandise, such as a tea towel, pens and pencils. For more information please email: museum@stevenage.gov.uk


Our Collection

Stevenage Museum has a collection of over 18,000 photographs and 10,000 objects.


History of Stevenage

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.


Stevenage Voices

A collection of local people reminiscing about life in post-War Stevenage


Discover Hertfordshire’s Museums

The Hertfordshire Association of Museums is an organisation that supports and promotes museums and heritage organisations in Hertfordshire. Bringing together information on collections, activities and events in the region.

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What's On (October 2017 - January 2018)

Stevenage Museum Access Statement

Risk assessment for school groups and visitors

Opening times

Wednesday to Friday 10am - 4.30pm
Saturdays 10am - 5pm
Closed on Bank Holidays

How to find us

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Contact details

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Stevenage Museum
St George's Way
Stevenage
Herts
SG1 1XX

01438 218881
museum@stevenage.gov.uk

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