Judges visit Horniman Museum & Gardens
- Horniman Museum and Gardens
- 22 April 2013
The Museum of the Year judges enjoy a tour of the Horniman – a family-friendly attraction in south London’s Forest Hill.
Comprising of internationally important collections of anthropology and musical instruments, as well as an acclaimed aquarium, natural history gallery and 16.5 acres of beautiful gardens the Horniman is one of south London’s premier attractions. The museum’s three-year unification project reached its completion in 2012 and created both physical and intellectual connections between the Museum and Gardens as well as placing its collections at the very heart of its public engagement.
Art Fund Director and Chair of the Judges Stephen Deuchar tells us what he enjoyed about visiting the Horniman Museum:
Watch visitors to the Horniman Museum tell us what they love about it:
Free entry to all for permanent collections
Free entry to exhibitions and aquarium with National Art Pass
Daily, 10 – 5.30
Closed 24 – 26 Dec
Daily, Mon – Sat, 7.15 – sunset
Sun and Bank Holidays, 8 – sunset
Closed 25 Dec