Bourne Hall Museum

Bourne Hall Museum is on the first floor of a listed 1960s building in a Victorian park set in the heart of Ewell village, half an hour from London. For fifty years we have collected artefacts, photos and memories that tell the story of Epsom and Ewell. Henry VIII had a palace at Nonsuch, the well on Epsom Common was the site of the first English Spa, and Epsom Downs have seen two hundred years of the Derby, the most famous horse race in the world. After your visit, you can enjoy lunch or coffee in the restaurant, or buy a souvenir in the museum shop. The park around Bourne Hall is an oasis of tranquillity in a busy world. Stay for a while to watch the swans glide on the lake, while children play on the grass and under the branches of the old cedar tree.

COVID-19 NOTICE: Our site is currently closed. Please keep an eye on our website and social media for updates. We look forward to welcoming you back soon. 

Opening Times

Mon-Sat 9am-5pm

Location details

Bourne Hall Museum,
Spring Street
Ewell
Surrey
KT17 1UF

020 8394 1734

Facilities

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