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The Midhurst Museum is located near the centre of Midhurst at Knockhundred Market.  We have a new theme each month and show artefacts relating to the local area. 

Knockhundred Market when it was
The Rudwick Brothers Garage
Knockhundred Market is an ideal place to pass some time. As well as the original museum there's Museum Too (incorporating a Timeline of Midhurst from the Stone Age to the present day, Cockburn's (with traditional food for Mum and Dad) and Cockburn’s Shoppe.


We work hard to put on displays relating to Midhurst. These are drawn from the impressive collections of the current Rudwick Brothers, well known locally for their detailed talks about Midhurst and their efforts to preserve records of the area.


Diamond Jubilee 2012

The famous and haunting ruins of Cowdray House are just a short walk from the museum, either through the village or along the River Rother.  Knockhundred Market makes an excellent place to relax and re-fuel whilst spending a day exploring the historic town of Midhurst.

       
Smallest Museum In The World?



The Midhurst Museum was opened on the 9th of December, 2011, at an event attended by many local supporters of the project. 

Knockhundred Market today


We are a registered charity and wholly dependent on people's generosity with donations of their time and spare coppers.  Please contact us if you would like to support the Museum by volunteering, lending items or sponsoring a display.



A month of Transport



 





 
 
       
The Midhurst Museum is a Registered Charity: HMRC XT26829