Our latest Festival
Festival of Sleep
Our Festival of Sleep runs from now to 2 October 2022.
Delve into why sleep matters and how to dream better, address inequalities of sleep, and explore how we can improve health and wellbeing.
Free exhibitions and installations
A striking, interactive collections exhibition featuring new artworks by photographer Theo Deproost, commissioned by Museum of the Home.
Tuesday 31 May to late August 2022 | Free
A multimedia artwork created with the local schoolchildren
Rhymes Through Time
Exploring the role of children in the home
New galleries and new stories
New Home Galleries
Exploring home through people’s everyday experiences of making, keeping and being at homeHome Galleries
Refreshed Rooms Through Time
Room settings which display some of the ways in which homes have evolved in the past 400 yearsRooms Through Time
Newly planted gardens
Our Gardens Through Time show how city gardens have developed over the centuriesGardens Through Time
What's your cup of tea?
Join us as we work with the local community to develop a custom tea blend that reflects and celebrates Hackney and its residents.
Behind the Door
Our campaign with London Homeless Collective aiming to tackle female homelessness
Become a Friend
Join the Friends and become part of our family
Run by Humdingers, Molly's offers a seasonal, good value menu and lots of lovely baked goods at friendly prices.Molly's Café
Our range includes bespoke homewares, books, craft items, jewellery, toys, ceramics, fashion, accessories and textiles. Open 10am–5pm.For more about Museum products
Book your session at the Collections Library
Our new Collections Library offers unrivalled access to the Museum's collection. Book your session now!
Explore our collections online
Explore objects, photographs and books from our collections, all to do with domestic life and the everyday lived experience of home.
Revealing and rethinking our home
Read about the legacy of our buildings, which were built with money from Robert Geffrye's investments in transatlantic slavery, and how we rethink the ways we use the buildings