Visiting

The Huguenot Museum is located in the heart of historic Rochester in Kent. We are open Wednesday to Saturday 10am to 5pm and Bank Holiday Mondays from 10am to 4pm and we are easily accessed by road, rail, bus or foot. Last entry is 45 minutes prior to museum closing.

Opening times:
Our opening hours are
Wednesday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm. Last entrance is 4.15pm.
Bank Holiday Mondays: 10am – 4pm. Last entrance is 3:15pm

Closed Sunday – Tuesday

Due to staff training the Museum will close at 4.15pm on Thursday 23rd November, with last entrance at 3.45pm. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

The Museum and shop will be open on Sunday 3rd December as part of Dickens weekend, and also Sunday 10th December from 10am – 5pm (Last entrance at 4.15pm)

The Museum will be closed from the 23rd December to the 2nd January for the Christmas and New Year period. The Museum will re-open on the 3rd January 2018.

 

Prices:
Adults: £4
Concessions: £3
Family Ticket: £10
Gift Aid your entry and get a 12 month ticket.

Travel:
How to get here:
You can get to us by Road, Rail, Bus or on Foot.
The Huguenot Museum is located above the Visitor Information Centre at 95 High Street Rochester. We have a coach drop off/pick up point at the rear of the Museum on Corporation Street (A2).

Getting here by road:
Use postcode ME1 1LX on your sat nav or follow the directions below.
There are a number of sign posted car parks in Rochester, these are the closest:
Blue Boar Lane Car Park
Blue Boar Lane, Rochester, Kent ME1 1PD
Number of spaces: 131
Motorcycle spaces: Yes
Disabled spaces: 7
Cost 0-1 hour 70p, 1-2 hours £1.20, 2-4 hours £1.40, 5 hours £1.50.

Cathedral Car Park
Northgate, Rochester, Kent ME1 1LX
Number of spaces: 83
Motorcycle spaces: Yes
Disabled spaces: 3
Cost: 0-1 hour 70p, 1-2 hours £1.20, 2-4 hours £1.40, 5 hours £1.50.

Railway Station Car Park
Corporation Street, Rochester, Kent ME1 1NH
Number of spaces: 114
Motorcycle spaces: No
Disabled spaces: 0
Cost: 0-1 hour 70p, 1-2 hours £1.20, 2-4 hours £1.40, 5 hours £1.50

Rochester Riverside Multi Storey Car Park
Corys Road, Rochester, Kent ME1 1NH (Via Gas Works Lane)
Number of spaces: 321
Motorcycle spaces: Yes
Disabled spaces: 18
Cost: 0-1 hour £1.00, 1-2 hours £1.50, 2-3 hours £2.00, 3-5 hours £2.50, 5 hours+ £6.00

From the North/A2: Keep on A2, southbound, following signs for ‘Rochester A2’. On exiting M2 stay in right hand land signed ‘Rochester, Strood, A2’. Continue along A2 through Strood and over Rochester Bridge. Follow signs for car parks.

From the South/A2: Follow A2 through Medway Towns following signposts for Rochester. Once in Rochester follow signs for public car parks.

From the West/Maidstone: Follow Maidstone Road into Rochester town. Once here join the A2 and follow as above.

From the West/A228: Follow A228 into Strood, then follow signs to Rochester. Once over Rochester Bridge follow signs for car parks.

Getting here by rail:
Rochester’s brand new train station opened in December 2015 and is directly opposite the Huguenot Museum. On exiting the station cross the A2 and enter the rear of the Visitor Information Centre. There are pedestrian crossings to the left and the right of the station. From April 2016 the Museum will be participating in the Visit Kent 2 for 1 offer when you travel to the Museum using South Eastern rail services. Be sure to pick up a leaflet or click here to print off a voucher before you visit.

Getting here by bus:
The bus provider for Rochester is Arriva buses: http://www.arrivabus.co.uk/ a number of bus routes regularly stop in Rochester. Please use their website or call 0871 200 22 33 to find the best service for your group.

Getting here on foot:
The Huguenot Museum is located in the centre of Rochester High Street, in the same building as the Visitor Information Centre. Follow pedestrian signs for Rochester High Street and the Visitor Information Centre.

Address and contact information:
Huguenot Museum
95 High Street
Rochester
Kent
ME1 1LX
01634 789347

For general enquiries: info@huguenotmuseum.org
For education, events and learning: learning@huguenotmuseum.org
For donations, volunteering or to contact our Director: director@huguenotmuseum.org