Hertford Museum and its Collections
This talk covers the history of Hertford Museum from its earliest days as a room behind the Andrews brothers' insurance office to its most recent redevelopment in 2009. Discover the wide range of Hertford Museum's collections, from our Samurai Warrior to our large toothbrush collection, and learn about all the work that goes on behind the scenes!
Archaeology at Hertford Museum
This talk will guide you through the highlights of the museum's extensive archaeology collections. Discover the amazing craftsmanship, quirky beliefs and everyday lives of our East Herts. predecessors through the objects they left behind.
The Hertford Museum Quiz!
This quiz includes rounds on mystery objects, Hertford's Lost Buildings and Who's Who! The final round can either be about the museum itself or tailored to your group. We'll even provide prizes for the winning team.
More talks will be added to the website in the future, if you would like a talk tailored to your group then please contact the museum with your request!
At the Museum
Tea and Talk
Enjoy a talk about the museum and the collections by a member of the Curatorial team followed by tea and biscuits
£3.50 per person (minimum equivalent 15 people)
Tea & Cake and Talk
Enjoy a talk about the museum and the collections by a member of the Curatorial team followed by tea and cake.
£5 per person (minimum equivalent 15 people)
We can also arrange for wine instead of tea & cake if your group prefers, please ask when you book for details & prices.
At your venue
If you would like to arrange for one of our curators to visit your group then please contact the museum.
We charge £60 per visit (which includes mileage and VAT).
If your location is more than 15 miles from Hertford Museum there will be an additional charge for mileage to be agreed at the time of booking.
The museum is situated on Bull Plain which is a narrow road. Small coaches can drop off outside, whereas it is easier if larger coaches drop off at the bus station in Bircherley Green, just around the corner from the museum (2 minute walk).
The museum is fully accessible.