Stevenage Museum


Stevenage Museum is a small, family-friendly community museum telling the story of the town from pre-history to the modern day, including the evolution of Britain’s first post-war new town. There are plenty of hands on activities for visitors of all ages and a busy programme of exhibitions and events. The collections cover a wide period of local history, ranging from archaeology, geology and natural history of the area to a unique new town archive of maps, plans, photographs and oral histories.

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Opening hours:

  • Wednesday to Friday 10am- 4:30pm
  • Saturdays 10am- 5pm


  • Temporary exhibition gallery
  • Shop
  • Hot drinks machine and seating

Access Information:

  • The museum is all on one level with ramped access.
  • Disabled parking is available on the forecourt of the church on Cuttys Lane
  • A disabled toilet with nappy changing facilities 
  • A wheelchair availab

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Address: Stevenage Museum
St George’s Way, Stevenage
Hertfordshire SG1 1XX

Telephone: 01438 218881