Heath Robinson Museum
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The museum celebrates the life and works of William Heath Robinson, acclaimed British illustrator, artist, cartoonist and social historian, who lived in Pinner from 1908-18.
The artist's name has become synonymous with the odd contraptions and implausible machinery that featured in his humorous cartoons, but he also made a major contribution to the revolution in book design, illustration and decoration in the years before the First World War.
The museum opened in 2016 with a display of over 900 original works by Heath Robinson, spanning 40 years and covering the full range of his oeuvre.