Lowewood Museum tells the history of the Borough of Broxbourne from the earliest times to the present day.
Our collection includes geology, archaeology, social history, costume, photography and art. Highlights include our impressive Bengal Tiger, which was formerly on display at Cedars Park, a fine collection of James Ward paintings, First World War diaries, and the story of James Pulham & Son, one of the greatest landscape design firms of the Victorian age. For more information on some of these features, click on the links below.
Check out our new project, Broxbourne: We Will Remember Them
The museum's blog site provides further articles and news about some of our collection highlights. Click here to find out more.
Lowewood Museum is currently undertaking a collections storage review and so is unable to take items for donation at this time. For more information please contact us on 01992 445596.
Please note that under the museum's collecting policy, we would only collect material which has a direct connection with the Borough of Broxbourne and does not duplicate what we already have. We may be able to give advice on alternative places of deposit.