OPENING HOURS:    Mondays to Fridays:  2pm - 4pm   ·   Saturday:  10am - 4pm  ·   Sunday:   closed


Keep an eye on this page for Croxley Great Barn Tour Dates and other events coming up. 

April

 

Friday 28th

Museum AGM, 7.30pm, Baptist Church Hall, High Street, Rickmansworth. Followed by History beneath our feet, a talk by Greg Edmund.

Saturday 29th

First 2017 Croxley Great Barn opening.  See News page for details.

May

 

Saturday 13th to Saturday 20th

Ricky Week

Saturday 20th to Suntday 21st

Rickmansworth Canal Festival

Saturday 27th

Croxley Great Barn opening. See News page for details.

June

 

Saturday 17th

Chartism Day Conference at Mill End.  Contact fabiangjc1793@gmail.com for details.

Saturday 24th

Croxley Great Barn open.  See News page for details.

July

 

Saturday 8th

Chorleywood Village Day.  Museum stall on the Common.

Saturday 29th

Croxley Great Barn open.  See News page for details.

August

 

Saturday 26th

Croxley Great Barn open.  See News page for details.

September

 

Saturday 30th

Croxley Great Barn open.  See News page for details.

October

 

Friday 20th

7.30 for 7.45pm. Museum Quiz Evening. Contact info@trmt.org.uk for further details.

Thursday 26th

2-4pm. Family Funtacular event in conjunction with Rickmansworth Library. Face painting, ghost hunt, lantern making.

Saturday 28th

Last Croxley Great Barn opening of the season.  See News page for details.

 
There is so much to do in the Three Rivers area, why not try one of the following activities while you are here:

Rambler?

  • Well you'll just love the walks around Rickmansworth, The Chess Valley walk in particular is a gem. If you would like some company on your walk then contacting The Ramblers in the Watford & Three Rivers area is a good idea.

Canals Float Your Boat?

  •  The Batchworth Lock Canal centre is a perfect place for you to start your tour of the Rickmansworth Canal Boat scene on the Grand Union Canal.

Twitcher?

  • Birds galore in the Aquadrome and other lakes in the Rickmansworth area. Check out the Wildlife Trust's website

Trainspotter?

  • The Metropolitan Line has a history as long as the track itself starting with steam trains through to Metroland and today's modern Chiltern Line and the Tube. A good source of information to start you on your way can be found at Metroland.org, the Rickmansworth Residents Association, which also covers an interesting history of Rickmansworth and its surrounds, Metroland.Nildrum, and Wikipedia

Water Sports Fanatic?