Horsham Museum, free place to visit with kids in Horsham. Indoor places to visit in West Sussex

Horsham Museum

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The museum often has special events for children. Click here to see what's on.

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Great for kids (and adults!) with loads of weird and wonderful artefacts to discover! 


* Fully indoor activity!

* Several children's trails to choose from  

* 26 galleries to explore - from crime and punishment (complete with prison cell and prisoner!) to fashion, shopping and even dinosaurs!

* Located in central Horsham (a pretty market town). Lots of options for eating/drinking nearby, and some lovely shops

Great for kids (and adults!) with loads of weird and wonderful artefacts to discover! 

* Fully indoor activity!

* Several children's trails to choose from  

* 26 galleries to explore - from crime and punishment (complete with

   prison cell and prisoner!) to fashion, shopping and even dinosaurs!

* Located in central Horsham (a pretty market town). Lots of options for

   eating/drinking nearby, and some lovely shops

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KEY INFO:

ADMISSION:

FREE!!

SUITABLE FOR

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LOCATION:

9 Causeway, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1HE

PARKING:

Park in one of the town centre car parks. Priaries Place (RH12 1DG) is just a 5 minute walk away

AMENITIES:

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DISTANCE:

OPEN:

10am-5pm Monday-Saturday. Closed on Sundays and most Bank Holidays (except Good Friday)

PARKING MAP
ROUTE MAP AVAILABLE
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Children's discovery trails are available at Reception and cost 50p. Our daughter (6) chose the 'Weird & Wonderful' trail (one of several available) and loved it! She was completely focussed on reading the questions, spotting the objects and writing the answers, and was delighted with the badge she received as a prize for completing the trail.

The museum has an art zone area, featuring free fun artistic activities for children. In school holidays this area is used to host workshops (additional charge).

There is a small gift shop area in Reception, with a few pocket money toys that children are magnetically drawn to!

The ground level (housing approx. 60% of the exhibits) is fully accessible to pushchairs and wheelchairs, but the upper floors are not. A disabled toilet is situated within the ground floor. Dogs (except for Assistance Dogs) are not allowed.

The museum is very centrally located. The John Lewis at Home/Waitrose store is a 14 minute walk away.