to Spelthorne Museum
is invited. Always Free.
the Covid 19 Crisis the Museum is closed.
We do have three new Exhibits on line for you to see though.
site for those
to the Museum
Museum has Wheelchair access, there are no stairs to deal with.
The access to the Museum is through the Library, which is also
wheelchair accessible. The floors are all flat with no obstacles.
is a wheelchair accessible toilet in the Elmsleigh Room. The
key is available from the Library reception desk.
A baby changing table is also available in the toilet.
website has a site for those who have a sight impairment, (see
below, or at the top of all pink/blue pages)
site for those
is a car park opposite the Library/Museum building (Riverside,
Thames Street) that has disabled parking bays. There are no
steps to contend with from there to the building.
the multi story carpark (above us) has various places on the
different levels for disabled parking, lifts are on levels 3,
5, 7 to reach ground level. When you get to ground level turn
left out of the lifts to the shops area. Turn right at Argos.
You will see the Library in front of you. Go in there, bear
right and walk to the end of the library where you will see
the Museum doors. If the Thames Room is open you will find staff
in there on the left. (See
below for times.)
Please see our map
page for photos of the way into the multi story.
is the new mural at the entrance to the Museum.
It was done during the Shut down so the Museum is not open and
that's why it is in darkness.
Please see the photos below to look at the inside of the Museum.
Please go straight in and look around. As you
can see the doorway and the aisle are all wide.
The Thames Room is open during the following
times when we have volunteers on duty, on a Wednesday, Friday
(2 - 4pm) and Saturday (1:30 - 4:30pm) (First Saturday of the
month only, (11am - 4:30pm).)
Library building. The museum is located at the right end
through the library.
no actual talks can be presented due to the Covid Pandemic,
a couple of talks were presented via Zoom and recorded to add
to the website.
Here are the three that have been submitted to YouTube so far.
Just click on the link:
Story of Shepperton. By
in Old Postcards. By
NEW 17 September, 2020
in Old Photos. By Nick Pollard
check in regularly to see if there are any new talks listed.
Once Reopened out of hours group visits to the Museum can be
Also members can visit your group to give illustrated talks
on various local history subjects.
See 'Education' for further details
We have again revamped the website for the 40th Anniversary
of the Museum. Please take a look at the Queen's Award page,
the Accessibility page, the photos of Staines page and the Lino
page. There is also a map page showing how to get to us, people
are always saying to us that they didn't know that we are located
through the Library, on the map page we show photos of our building
related to everywhere else around us.
We also have
NEW pages showing the Exhibits that are supposed to be in the
Thames Room, however they can be seen on here while we are closed,
due to the Coronavirus.
Story of Spelthorne Museum
Outer: 4,000 year old lady
Inner: Lino Design