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


Conquest Art

A remarkable group of artists and teachers producing very individual and rewarding work
20th March to 7th April




New in the museum


Lutyens letters and watercolours

Images of Jekyll gardens taken by Jane Balfour from 1994-2005. (Funded by the Arts and Crafts Movement in Surrey)

Stained glass windows


New on the website


Images of events in Godalming from 1881 to 2012

Coming soon


Not Just Jam and Jerusalem

A celebration of Ockford-Godalming WI's 70th birthday with an exhibition of art and craft work by current members.
10th to 28th April



Talks organised by Godalming Museum 

Nonsuch Palace and Loseley Park
- Professor Martin Biddle
21st March, 7.30 for 8pm pm in the Octagon,
Godalming Parish Church



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)