Harrow School and Photography Exhibition

Harrow was founded in 1572 under a royal charter granted by Elizabeth I to John Lyon, a local farmer. His new School House was completed in 1615, and so began Harrow’s gradual – if not uninterrupted – growth towards fame. This visit features the Exhibition of Harrovian Photographers: Innovation through the Generations. The curator, photographer Rupert Sagar-Musgrove, introduces the show of work, which features images by such luminaries as William Henry Fox Talbot, Cecil Beaton and Lord Lichfield. Afternoon tea is followed by a guided tour of the school.

Venue information

Opening times

Mon–Tue, Thu–Fri, 2.30–5pm (term time only) Occasionally the gallery has to close for school visits, please telephone beforehand to check.

Entry details

20 (includes tea) 2.30-5.00pm
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