Updated 21 June - We're delighted to inform our visitors that our recent electrical problems have been resolved and full access to the Museum has now been restored. Thank you for your patience.
Updated 18 June
We're working as hard as possible with our contractors to remedy this issue, the cause of which has now been identified. We very much hope to have the matter rectified by Friday 21 June.
Due to an electrical fault, there is currently no public access to the upper floor in the Museum. This also means that there is no Wi-Fi on site.
We are trying to respond to emails sent to Honeywood as quickly as possible, but please be aware that there may be a delay in replying to you. The fault could also make our telephone reception more difficult than usual.
We do apologise for any inconvenience caused by this, and are working to resolve the fault as quickly as possible.
The ground floor is open, with the new exhibition of art works by Horace Mann Livens and a last chance to see the Women in the Frame exhibition.
For family visitors, we have moved our wooden Brio railway and some other toys downstairs.
The Tea Room is open as usual.