About Redbridge Museum

Redbridge Museum explores the many different people, places and events which are part of the history of Redbridge.

Since opening in 2000, the Museum has worked with hundreds of local people, has produced more than 70 exhibitions and displays, attracted more than 200,000 visitors, held over 600 family activities, and taught 33,518 school pupils!

Watch a short film to find out more about how Redbridge Museum works in partnership with local groups and individuals

Redbridge Museum: Working with You from Redbridge Museum on Vimeo.


 First World War - can you help? Redbridge Museum

2014 marks 100 years since the start of the First World War.

Redbridge is commemorating this significant milestone in world history with a programme of events taking place across the Borough, a major exhibition and a school education programme.

We will also share snapshots of the Borough’s memories, people and events to shine a light on the legacy of the First World War in Redbridge.

Redbridge Museum would like to hear from local people about their family stories. This can include information about people living in Redbridge at the time of the War or from people who have a connection with the borough today.

As they are unrepresented in the Museum's records, we are particularly keen to hear from those from an African, Caribbean or south Asian background whose ancestors may have fought in the War.

Contact: redbridge.museum@visionrcl.org.uk or call 020 8708 2317.

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