Huguenot Museum | Things to do
Did you know that 1 in 6 English people may be of Huguenot descent? We tell the story of the Huguenots, French protestant refugees escaping persecution from 16th to the early 18th century. More than 50,000 settled here especially in London and South of England. The Huguenots were noted for their skills in a range of trades and crafts, such as silk weaving and silversmithing, and had a huge impact on British business and cultural life.
We have a temporary display area and family activities in galleries, as well as an extensive programme of events. Our gift shop sells a range of quality craft gifts and books. Our volunteer researchers can help you discover if you have Huguenot ancestry.
- What you need to know
- Accepts groups
- Accepts groups and coach parties
- Accepts groups, educational visits and coach parties
- TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
- On-site catering and refreshments
- Guided tours
- Toilets on-site
- Baby changing facilities
- Disabled access
- Opening times
Day Opening times Wednesday to Saturday 10am – 5pm. Last entrance is 4.15pm. Bank Holiday Mondays 10am – 4pm. Last entrance is 3:15pm Sunday – Tuesday Closed
Visitor Centre 95, High Street, Rochester, ME1 1LX
Children 6-18: £1
Under 5s: Free
Art Fund: 50% off ticket prices (On presentation of card)
Museum Association: Free (On presentation of card)
Your ticket lasts for 12 months and you can return as often as you like!
Family Day Ticket: £10 : This ticket is valid for the day of purchase and entitles a family (2 adults / 2 children or 1 adult / 3 children) to unlimited access to the museum and free admission to any of the family activities occurring on that day. This can only be purchased from the Museum and cannot be pre-booked.
If you gift aid your ticket we receive an extra 25% income at no extra cost to you.
For the price of your entrance ticket, we offer a preliminary check into your family history to see if you may be of Huguenot descent. If you are interested in pursuing your family history further, please take a look at our Family History Service here. Please note that our researchers are all volunteers and are not always here. If you are making a special journey please phone us first.