Exhibitions at the museum

Windsor & Royal Borough Museum, Windsor Guildhall

Windsor & Royal Borough Museum explores the history of the Royal Borough through an audio trail of stories told by local residents about their lives and the changing landscape of Windsor. The museum offers a look into our unique and varied collection, from our 100,000 year old Mammoth tusk to a model of a Hawker Hurricane, the plane designed by Windsor-born Sir Sydney Camm. Our audio wands and audio visual presentations illustrate the history of the town and the borough.

We are open Tuesday-Saturday, 10-4pm. Admission is free to all.

Windsor Library

In the corridor on the first floor of Windsor Library, SL4 1ER, you will find a panel exhibition 'The Story of Windsor'. It traces the development of Windsor town over the last 1,000 years, tracks the story of different monarchs and shows the original Saxon settlement of Windlesora which is now Old Windsor, as well as the present town which circles Windsor Castle.

Smaller displays around the borough

  1. Windsor library: Thomas Luff collection (by the library team)

  2. Maidenhead Town Hall: Queen Victoria & Albert (by the museum team)

Windsor and Royal Borough Museum : Contact details

For further information, please contact us by:

Windsor and Royal Borough Museum
The Guildhall, High Street
Windsor SL4 1LR

Website: http://windsormuseum.org.uk/

Telephone: 01628 685686