The Huguenot Museum is the first and only museum of Huguenot history in Britain that includes oil paintings, silver, documents, silk samples, and personal items that tell the important story of Britain’s first refugees. Showcasing the crafts, trades, and skills the Hugenot's brought with them and the impact their contribution has had on the development of the country.

Selected days - check website for monthly dates
Last entry 3pm.

Tickets last for 12 months
Adult: £5.50
Concession: £4.50
Child - 6 to 17 years: £4
Under 5 years: Free
Family - 2 adults + 2 children: £16
Art Fund: 50% off ticket price
Museum Association: Free.

Rochester - opposite museum.

Picture Credit: © The Huguenot Museum.

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