Petersfield Museum and the Flora Twort Gallery hold exhibitions on local history, historic costume and work by the local artist Flora Twort.

The displays are made up from social, industrial and agricultural artefacts and archives.


Adults £3 (Day Ticket)

           £5 (Annual ticket)

Children (under 16's) are FREE!!!

Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm.


Current Collections at Petersfield Museum

Job Opportunity!

Petersfield Museums is looking for a Learning and Community Engagement Officer for maternity cover for a period of 12 months.

This is a great opportunity to come on board at a really exciting time for the Museum, and help us form our final Heritage Lottery Fund bid for our redevelopment.

For full details click here.

Closing date 12th May 2017.

Education Programme

Petersfield Museum runs an extensive education programme for schools, community groups and the local community throughout the year. This includes workshops, loan boxes, walks, talks and tours.

For more information about our schools programme, please click here.

For our community and adult education programme please click here.

To find out more or if you have any questions then email


Edward Thomas

2017 marks the centenary of the death of Edward Thomas, a poet of international renown who produced his most celebrated work while living in Steep.

We will be commemorating Edward Thomas through a number of different events and a temporary exhibition this year. We will also be introducing our Edward Thomas Study Centre.

Come back on 4 April 2017 to find out more or contact us for more information.

Inspired by the Word

From Tuesday 4 April to Saturday 22 April, Petersfield Museum will be a part of the Hampshire wide project, 'Inspired by the Word', where in this commemorative year of Hampshire writers, Edward Thomas and Jane Austen, artists across the county have taken inspiration from their work to create pieces of art. We are excited to have four of the artists, who responded to Edward Thomas' work, exhibiting with us at the Museum.

Come back on 4 April 2017 to find out more or contact us for more information.