2. Our Exhibitions
In the Guildhall
The Museum is open six days a week with a permanent themed display and also temporary displays on local history.
In Windsor Library - The Story of Windsor
A wall display in the corridor on the first floor of Windsor Library, SL4 1ER, traces the development of Windsor town over the last 1,000 years. It tracks the story of different monarchs and shows original Saxon settlement of Windlesora which is now Old Windsor, as well as the present town which circles Windsor Castle.
We have temporary displays (listed below) in the museum and community libraries.
Our Collection on Line - http://windsormuseum.org.uk/our-collection/
Temporary exhibitions and displays
Tree Tales from the Great Park- Museum, Guildhall, until 10 December 2017
Learn about legends, commemorations and celebrations from the ancient and much loved Windsor Great Park.
See pieces of the mystical Herne’s Oak and hear the legends surrounding it. Look at beautiful 19th century sketches and watercolours from the park and learn about the Queen’s Trees planted in 1977.
Smaller displays around the borough -
•The Joys of Toys - Windsor Museum, 17 November - January 2018
•Peter Osgood - Cox Green, November 2017 - January 2018
Coming in 2018 -
•Curators Corner 2018 - Windsor Museum, January 2018
•Fallen Women - Dedworth Library, February 2018
•Memories on a Plate - Maidenhead Library, March 2018
•Rockin' around in the Borough (Stone Age) - Boyn Grove Library, February 2018