We reopened to visitors on Saturday 5th September with measures in place to keep everybody safe. Through September and October the Museum remained open on Saturdays only.
Regrettably, we have again had to close in line with Government requirements. We hope to be able to reopen in January. In the meantime we hope our members, friends and visitors stay safe and well, and enjoy the festive season.
Three Rivers Museum houses an interesting and varied collection of historical artefacts and old photographs of the Three Rivers area.
As always, when you arrive our staff will be on hand to advise and help you enjoy your visit.
Scotsbridge House, once the home of Vice Admiral The Hon. Josceline Percy (1784-1856) who served with Admiral Lord Nelson.
New chronology boards containing key dates in the history and development of Abbots Langley, Carpenders Park, Chorleywood, Croxley Green, Sarratt and South Oxhey.
St Mary's 750
Many former Rickmansworth people are commemorated at the parish church and you can read some of their stories in a special display which is part of the 750 celebration.
We regret that due to COVID-19 there have been no tours this season. We hope to reinstate them in 2021.
To see a video of the inaugural opening click here
The Museum is recording the experiences of residents of Three Rivers during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you live in Three Rivers District and would like to make your own contribution to the project, or read more about our plans, follow this link.