Hague School children at work in 19 Princelet Street, photo by Tom Lindsey.

Free Summer Openings in 2017

In June we open to the public for Refugee Week on

Sunday 18 June, 2pm to 6pm (last entry 5:30)


Sunday 25 June, 2pm to 6pm (last entry 5:30)

These openings are FREE, and there is no booking.

We encourage donations, if you can. There may be queues, so we suggest arriving early.

Watch this space for more dates to be announced soon.

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‘wonderful and atmospheric… highly recommended’
Time Out

'...remember that we were all once strangers and pilgrims in the land... This memory is also a call to demonstrate the generosity to the strangers of our own day which flows from the heart..'
Richard Chartres, the Bishop of London (of Huguenot refugee descent)

Suzi Blum

‘very weird and interesting at the same time’
Mustaq, aged 10

19 Princelet Street is otherwise open only for group visits and learning, by advance booking.  These visits are in great demand, and have included talks and tours for groups from Britain, elsewhere in Europe, the United States, Japan and Hong Kong. See group visits and our access policy which explain how we encourage affordable group donations to support our work.  

‘the most interesting and thought provoking afternoon I’ve spent in a very
long while’

Mauro, HM Treasury

 Suzi BlumWe have welcomed many diverse groups: trade unions; banks; architects; artists; U3A; community groups; schools; and university students of religion, museums policy, literature, politics, diaspora studies, and anthropology.