Bourne Hall Museum Club is the club for children 7-12 who love history and like to have fun while learning about it. We travel back through time to discover the past and its people, encompassing all periods of history from the deepest Stone Age to the Home Front in Epsom during the Second World War.
Museum Opening Hours
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - 09:30am – 5:00pm (Museum Office open)
Wednesday - 09:30am – 5:00pm
Thursday - 09:30am – 5:00pm (Museum Office open)
Friday 09:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday - 09:30am – 5:00pm
Sunday - Closed
Bank Holidays - Closed
About the Club
Bourne Hall Museum Kids’ Club has always prided itself in trying to get the best speakers – re-enactors who are both fun and entertaining. If you were watching television over the holiday on Channel 5 you may have seen Digging up Britain’s Past as it explored the Roman Army including the Butser IX Legion who appeared in full Roman armour just as they have done for the club twice! The next programme was Tony Robinson’s History of Britain in which John White, an expert on the Tudors and Tudor crime, explained the role of the executioner in the period. John has talked to us about the Tudors a number of times in guises from a hangman to Henry VIII. On the big screen, the film 17 won a Golden Globe award and here Richard Townsley appeared as a WW1 surgeon in the film. Richard has spoken many times to the club on both WW1 and WW2.
We will be keeping up these high standards in the coming year, making the club informative, entertaining and fun.