Visit the Museum
Please note: The Museum (except the visitor centre and cafe) is currently closed for major restoration works and will re-open in late 2017. Please see this page for more information.
2016/17 Key Dates and Opening Times
April to June 2017 – The Granary will be in use for school visits only. There will not be any temporary exhibitions or events in the Granary during this time.
April to September 2017 – The Great Barn will be open for functions only.
1st May 2017 – May Day at the Manor will take place across Headstone Manor site as usual.
Late 2017 – The new museum, across the whole of the site, will open to the public.
Across this time access to the Local History Collection remains by appointment only, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your research needs and book an appointment.
H9 and H10 stop at Pinner View, which is a three minute walk to Harrow Museum
H14 stop at Victor Road, which is a six minute walk away (see Walking directions below)
There is a free car park in Pinner View, 100m from the entrance gate of Headstone Manor Museum.
Train and Tube
Harrow and Wealdstone (Bakerloo, Overground) – is a 15 minute walk/ H9 bus to HeadstoneManorMuseum
Headstone Lane (Overground) – is a 15 minute walk and the simplest route
North Harrow (Metropolitan) – is a 15 minute walk/ H10 bus
Walking from Harrow and Wealdstone Station
Leave Harrow and Wealdstone Station on the ‘Harrow’ (platform 1) side, and exit the car park to the right then follow the path round which leads to Princes Drive.
Turn right onto Princes Drive and walk straight down – you will see the Crown Court at the end.
Turn left onto Headstone Drive (the main road), and walk straight down, over the crossroads with traffic lights, all the way to Pinner View. When walking along Headstone Drive you will pass the Crown Court on your right, as well as the Kodak Factory – please note that after the crossroads the road is renamed Headstone Gardens.
When you get to Pinner View on your right you will see the Museum signposted on a brown-and-white heritage sign. Walk down Pinner View until you get to Harrow Museum.
Walking from North Harrow Station
When exiting the station, turn left and continue straight. You will reach cross roads with traffic lights – you need to head straight over.
Following the path ahead, you will pass a petrol station on the left as well as roads to residential streets.
After about 10-15 minutes you will see Pinner View – turn left and follow the path all the way down to the museum.
Walking from Headstone Lane Station
When arriving at Headstone Lane station, turn left and follow the path straight down the slope. You will pass a row of about six shops on the left just after the station.
Continue straight past houses and residential roads for approximately 12 minutes. You will then see a brown-and-white heritage sign labeled ‘HarrowMuseum’ opposite a primary school.
Turn left into the park, and follow the path through the park for about three minutes. You will pass a field on the left and some tennis courts on the right. Just after the children’s play park you will see the back gate to Headstone Manor.
Walking from The Victor Road bus stop (H14 route)
Ask to get off at the Victor Road stop – if your driver is unfamiliar with the bus stop names ask for the stop closest to the Kodak Factory on Harrow View.
After alighting the bus, you will need to walk down Victor Road to the very end.
Turn right onto Pinner View where the museum will be signposted.
The walk from the bus stop will take approximately six minutes.
Facilities and Access
Harrow Museum has a coffee shop, shop, and toilets.
Wheelchair access is available in the Great Barn, Small Barn and the ground floor of the Granary.
Headstone Manor tours are not currently accessible for wheelchair users.
Guide dogs are admitted in all buildings.
There is a free car park adjacent to the museum.
Staff are happy to assist visitors.