National Art Pass offers available at Museum of the Home

10% off in shop

10% discount in the shop
Expires: 1 Jan 2025

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10% off in shop at Museum of the Home

The National Art Pass lets you enjoy free entry to hundreds of museums, galleries and historic places across the UK, while raising money to support them.

Michael McMillan at the Museum of the Home
Michael McMillan at the Museum of the Home
Museum of the Home, 1965 living room
Museum of the Home, 1965 living room, By kind permission of the Trustees of Museum of the Home, Photo: Chris Ridley
Museum of the Home, 'All I want is a room somewhere', photograph from Jonathan Donovan collection 'No Place Like Home',
Museum of the Home, 'All I want is a room somewhere', photograph from Jonathan Donovan collection 'No Place Like Home', © Jonny Donovan
Museum of the Home exterior
Museum of the Home, 18th century almshouses and gardens, By kind permission of the Trustees of Museum of the Home, Photo: Jayne Lloyd
A front room in 1976, curated by Michael McMillan at the Museum of the Home. Film still from Art Fund's Art Pass Recommends.
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Museum of the Home

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The National Art Pass lets you enjoy free entry to hundreds of museums, galleries and historic places across the UK, while raising money to support them.

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The Museum of the Home is a celebration of the small ephemera of everyday life, exploring how people have experienced domestic life inside the home from the 1600s to the present day.

The museum is interested in people’s lived experiences at home, going far beyond the bricks and mortar to reveal how society experiences domestic life. The space now includes a gorgeous collection of Home Galleries, where a blend of contemporary and historical spaces tell stories of how people have lived over the last 400 years. From writer Michael McMillan’s family front room featuring treasured possessions relating to his parents’ heritage as part of the Windrush generation, to intriguing chairs, dial-up telephones and ancient water pipes, there’s just so much to explore.

An exciting programme of events and exhibitions includes film commissions, explorations of different individuals at home and investigations into style and taste. Plus, the museum also boasts the idyllic Molly’s Café for a cup of coffee and a slice of cake, as well as a set of lovely period gardens that showcase the role of the garden at home over time.

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