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Heritage exhibitions at Manor Farm

Manor Farm House hosts a programme of temporary exhibitions tied to Ruislip's rich history and cultural heritage. These are free to visit, subject to house opening times.

Temporary exhibitions are held in the Provost Parlour on the ground floor, accessed through one of our two permanent display rooms. With its Tudor beams and view on the orchard, this the Provost Parlour supports a programme of displays exploring themes tied to local history and culture.

To and Fro: 1930s' transport in Hillingdon

Explore the different methods of transport that were available in the borough during the 1930s through our To and Fro exhibition. A range of historic photographs and residents' recollections will take you back to a time of great change, where Hillingdon saw a population expansion and the increase in cars, trains, tubes and trolleybuses. 

The exhibition will be shown at:

  • Manor Farm between Thursday 4 April and Friday 14 June 
  • Uxbridge Library between Friday 21 June and Friday 12 July

Previous exhibitions

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