Huguenot Museum

The Huguenot Museum was established as a trust and registered charity in 2014. The drive for this new museum came from our sister charity the French Hospital. They provide care for Huguenot descendants and hold astounding collections charting the history of Huguenot refugees.

A strong desire to display these collections and tell the hidden history of the Huguenots was made possible by a successful Heritage Lottery Fund grant and generous match funding donations from a wide range of supporters.

The Huguenot Museum is the first and only museum of Huguenot history in Britain. It tells an important story of Britain’s first refugees, the crafts, trades and skills they brought with them and the impact their contribution has had on the development of our country.



Peter Duval (Chair)

Leslie Du Cane

Glynda Easterbrook

Richard Garnier

Dr Tessa Murdoch

Philippa Ouvry-Johns

Howard Doe

Bernard Cazenove


Dr. Dinah Winch, Director

Hannah Birkett, Learning and Community Engagement Coordinator