Visit Chertsey Museum

Address

Chertsey Museum,
The Cedars,
33 Windsor Street,
Chertsey,
Surrey
KT16 8AT
Great Britain

Opening Hours

PLEASE DO NOT VISIT IF YOU FEEL UNWELL OR HAVE A TEMPERATURE, COUGH OR OTHER COVID-19 SYMPTOMS

Covid rules in England have now ended, but as we are unable to open windows to fully ventilate the museum we are asking visitors to kindly continue to cover their nose and mouth whilst in the building, to maintain social distancing when possible, and to continue giving way on stairs & in corridors. 

CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR COVID VISITOR GUIDELINES

We are open at the following times: 

  • Tuesday to Friday 12.30pm - 4.30pm
  • Saturday 11am - 4pm

  • Sunday & Monday closed

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CLOSURE

Please note that Chertsey Museum will be closed from 4.30pm on Thursday 23 December 2021 and will reopen at 12.30pm on Tuesday 4 January 2022

 

Chertsey Museum has flat access throughout with a lift to access the upper floors. Adapted toilets offer baby changing facilities as well as disabled access.

Our Research Room and archives are open on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons without the need for an appointment. Visitors wishing to access the collections will be required to wear a face covering. 

Research enquiries can also be directed to [email protected]

 

Entry Is Free!

Whilst Chertsey Museum does not charge for entry, donations are very welcome!

How to get to Chertsey Museum?

Directions

The Museum is situated approximately 20 miles from central London, just off the M25 (Junction 11) and can be easily reached by bus or train.
 
By train
Trains from Waterloo to Chertsey via Staines or Weybridge, then a 10 minute walk to the Museum.
By bus
Buses run to Chertsey direct from Addlestone, Shepperton, Staines, Sunbury and Woking. For further details, please call Traveline 0871 200 22 33 or visit www.traveline.info/se or visit Surrey County Council for more information
By accessible taxi
Runnymede Community Transport, Dial A Ride Advice Line: 01932 425050
By bicycle
The area has many cycle routes, so why not enjoy the fresh air and pop into the Museum en route?
By car
Chertsey Museum is reached from the M25 (Junction 11), A320 from Staines or Woking/Guildford and B375 from Kingston. Parking facilities include street parking or town public car park.

Planning A Visit?

Why not download our free audio guide before you come? Discover more about key items in our six display spaces. Versions available for adult visitors and younger visitors - just download the izi.Travel app from your usual store