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Heath Robinson Museum

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Spend some quality time with the kids at Heath Robinson Museum. You’ll see all sorts of exhibits including art, illustration, junk-modelling, weird machinery and more. The museum is child-friendly and offers creative and educational activities to keep your tots interested.

Learn about the life and art of British icon Heath Robinson - his witty drawings and clever designs will have you smiling all the way through. His illustrations for children’s stories, including his classic Kipling artwork, are sure to win a few young fans over.

The kids can channel their inner inventor at the Heath Robinson Workshops for kids, or burn some energy at the playground in Pinner Memorial Park, outside the Museum. And don’t forget to pay the noisy little budgies in the aviary a visit!

  • Get to know the various bizarre creations of Heath Robinson
  • Heath Robinson Workshops for the younger fans
  • Regular events for families with kids at West House

Opening hours

Thursday to Sunday: 11:00 - 16:00

Last Entry

30 minutes before closing time

Location

Address

Heath Robinson Museum, 50 West End Lane,
Pinner,
Greater London,
HA5 1AE,
England

Phone number

020 8866 8420

Directions

If you are arriving by car, the postcode is HA5 1AE.

The Museum is less than 10 minutes’ walk from Pinner station (London Underground, Metropolitan Line).

Four buses stop on Bridge St: H11, H12, H13 and 183.

 

Pricing

Adults: £6.00 (£6.60 with Gift Aid)
Kids (5-18): £4.00 (£4.40 with Gift Aid)

Families (up to 2 adults & 4 kids): £18.00 (£19.80 with Gift Aid) 

Students: £4.00 (£4.40 with Gift Aid)
Over 65s: £5.00 (£5.50 with Gift Aid)

Guests with disabilities: £4.00 (£4.40 with Gift Aid)
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