Behind its narrow blue entrance (on the right above), the museum opens out into history and art galleries, a library, shop, coffee shop, garden and Visitor Information Point.


Now on


JAGO ART - Two Sisters

Both working artists, Deborah and Helen Jago cover a wide range of media and styles. Deborah works in watercolours, stained glass and fabrics. Helen paints in various media and also sculpts. Their joint exhibition promises to be diverse and exciting.
Until 20th May




New in the museum


Lutyens letters and watercolours

Stained glass windows


New on the website


Images of events in Godalming from 1881 to 2012

Coming soon


Godalming Town Walk

A walk along the High Street and Church Street, looking up above the shops to see the variety of architecture in these streets.
Saturday 10th June


Nature's Paintbrush - wild and tamed

Helen Hiorns, a local artist, exhibits her accurate watercolours of trees, plants and flowers, with a contemporary twist, with her sister, Susan Calverley Parker's semi-abstract landscape paintings.
23rd May to 10th June



Uncover some surprising connections: with the Titanic; with Georgia: with Sir Winston Churchill and with public electricity.

Discover the art, architecture and gardens of Gertrude Jekyll, Sir Edwin Lutyens and the South West Surrey Arts and Crafts.

Delve into the wealth of information in the Local Studies Library.

Enjoy exhibitions featuring the work of local artists and craft workers.

Look for a special gift in the museum's shop?

Godalming Museum Garden

Relax with friends in the peaceful garden.

Godalming Museum Coffee Shop

Enjoy refreshments in the coffee shop.

Godalming Museum caring for the environment

The museum was founded in 1921 and is administered by the Godalming Museum Trust, supported by Waverley Borough Council and Godalming Town Council.

Godalming Museum Trust is a Registered Charity (Charity no. 2921550)