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Kingston Library, Museum and Art Gallery (online only)

Alfred Cox

place
Wheatfield Way, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2PS

Travel Information

train
Nearest train: Kingston
Adjoining Grade II listed Carnegie-funded library, museum and art gallery. Museum holdings range from ceramics to topographical drawings, including the collection left by Eadweard Muybridge, a native of Kingston and photographic pioneer.

Access

Monday 14th

event
  • Film and other information on the Kingston Heritage Festival website (film and information pages) (Online)

Tuesday 15th

event
  • Film and other information on the Kingston Heritage Festival website (film and information pages) (Online)

Wednesday 16th

event
  • Film and other information on the Kingston Heritage Festival website (film and information pages) (Online)

Thursday 17th

event
  • Film and other information on the Kingston Heritage Festival website (film and information pages) (Online)

Friday 18th

event
  • Film and other information on the Kingston Heritage Festival website (film and information pages) (Online)

Saturday 19th

event
  • Film and other information on the Kingston Heritage Festival website (film and information pages) (Online)
  • Open House Film at 9am (Film) (Open House Film Premiere: https://open-city.org.uk/films)

Sunday 20th

event
  • Film and other information on the Kingston Heritage Festival website (film and information pages) (Online)

info_outline This building is open free of charge at other times of the year

Design

Original design
Alfred Cox, 1903
Type
Online, Gallery, Library, Museum
Period
Edwardian