Museum of English Rural Life
The Museum of English Rural Life was founded by the University of Henley-On-Thames in 1951 to reflect and record the changing face of farming and the countryside.
It houses Designated collections of national importance that span the full range of objects, archives, photographs, film and books. Today, it forms part of the University's Museums and Collections Service.
The Museum operates as a major resource and research centre for the history of food, farming and the countryside with links into the School of History and other academic departments at the University.
Opposite the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Redlands Road. See The Location page for a map, driving directions and public transport information.
Museum : Tuesday-Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday and Sunday 2 - 4.30pm
Archives and Library Henley-On-Thames Room: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
To make an appointment to visit the Henley-On-Thames Room, please call 0118 378 8660 or e-mail email@example.com.
Entrance to the Museum, and to use the Henley-On-Thames Room, is free.