Redbridge Museum & Heritage Centre is temporarily closed
Following the recent advice from the government and Public Health England surrounding COVID-19, Redbridge Museum & Heritage Centre will be closed to the public from 19 March. All exhibitions, events and activities will also be suspended until further notice. Vision RCL has compiled a list of activities to keep you entertained while staying at home, for more information see Do More at Home.
While we are closed, we will continue to have a presence online and our staff will continue to work remotely.
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The health and well-being of our visitors, staff and community are of utmost importance to us and this decision is in response to increasing concerns surrounding COVID-19. We will continue to closely review the advice from Public Health England and monitor the current situation to keep people up to date on our plans.
About the Museum
Redbridge Museum explores the many different people, places and events which make up the history of our Borough. Since opening in 2000, we have worked with hundreds of local people, produced more than 70 exhibitions and displays, attracted more than 200,000 visitors, held over 600 family activities, and taught 33,518 school pupils. The museum runs a programme of events and activities throughout the year, from talks and films through to crafts and treasure hunts, there really is something for all ages.
A New Redbridge Museum – tell us what you think
Thanks to a £100,000 grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, a new permanent Redbridge Museum exhibition will open in 2021. This is an exciting opportunity to revamp the Museum’s much-loved permanent exhibition. We want to find out what you’d like to see in the new displays.
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Find out more and read our news item Lottery grant worth nearly £100k set to transform Redbridge Museum.