Victoria and Albert in Windsor
Tuesday to Saturday 10:00-16:00
RBWM advantage Card holders, residents and Friends of the Museum: Free
Under 12: Free
Within the museum space we hold roughly 100 objects on display, however there are thousands more in our store being cared for, catalogued, organised and added to. our collection covers all parts of Windsors wonderful history including stone age flints, roman tiles and World War 1 Letters and so much more.
in 2014 we started digitising our collection to promote it to you and showcase how illustrious Windsors history is. With over 10,000 objects in our collection, we are progressing toward having a full online catalogue.
Blue glass marbled bead pendant with small metal ring attached, found during extensive Wraysbury Manor Farm excavations.
Bronze medallion awarded to the parents of Cyril Arthur Ashman, one of two memorial medallions awarded after World War 1.
Our collection began in 1951, when local man Maitland Underhill decided to create an exhibition about the history of Windsor, as part of the celebrations for the National Festival of Britain. The exhibition proved so popular, it remained on display in the Guildhall until 1982. The Museum was reopened her Majesty the Queen in the Guildhall in 2011.
Our museum can be found on the ground floor of Windsor’s Guildhall.