Eat It! A fun family exhibition about food
Discover the wonderful world of food at Redbridge Museum!
Have fun down on the Victorian farm, sail your crops to market on the River Roding, eat like Ice Age mammoth, survive wartime rationing and explore food from around the world.
Through interactive displays, puzzles and games, discover the past, present and future of food in Redbridge.
Part of National Park City Festival.
Redbridge Eats Out
This small display celebrates Redbridge’s food – from tea parties to takeaways.
It features historic photographs, objects and personal stories from the local area, and was designed to set your stomach rumbling!
Tuesday 17 December 2019 to Saturday 21 March 2020
Redbridge Museum explores the pressing issue of local climate change in this new display.
From 1970s protests against an Ilford chemical factory to modern campaigns against cars and climate change in Wanstead, the display looks at past and current issues of pollution and waste in Redbridge through objects, photographs and archives from the Museum collection.
VE Day 1945: 75 Years – Coming soon
Tuesday 7 April to Saturday 29 August 2020
Redbridge Museum is marking the 75th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War with a new small display.
From street parties to Royal visits, find out how Redbridge celebrated in 1945 and explore how the War changed the world forever.
Ilford Football Club Heritage Project – can you help?
Redbridge Museum is working with Ilford F.C on an exciting new project about the history of the club. Founded in 1881, Ilford F.C has been one of the most successful amateur clubs in the country.
We would love to hear from anyone with Ilford F.C items or memories. The project will lead to a major exhibition, book and new website, supported by an award from the Heritage Lottery Fund.