Kingston Museum

Kingston Museum Kingston Museum is an accredited Museum in Kingston upon Thames, southwest London, England. Scottish American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie funded the building of the Museum which adjoins Kingston Library.

The Museum runs a lively programme of temporary exhibitions and events and welcomes all visitors free of charge. Built in 1904 the Museum features three permanent galleries. Ancient Origins details the borough's past from prehistory to Anglo Saxon times. Town of Kings charts Kingston's development as a market town from the medieval period until the 1940s.Holdings include 120 Martinware ceramics, s

The Museum runs a lively programme of temporary exhibitions and events and welcomes all visitors free of charge. Built in 1904 the Museum features three permanent galleries. Ancient Origins details the borough's past from prehistory to Anglo Saxon times. Town of Kings charts Kingston's development as a market town from the medieval period until the 1940s.Holdings include 120 Martinware ceramics, s

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