Visiting Enfield Museum

What’s on

Our permanent exhibition ‘Enfield Life’ features objects used or manufactured in Enfield from ancient times to the present day. If you can’t get to Enfield Museum, we also have regularly changing displays at Edmonton Green and Ordnance Unity Centre libraries.

The Enfield Society: 80 Years of Action, from 25 May 2016 to 8 January 2017

This free exhibition celebrates the work and achievements of the Enfield Society over the past eighty years, starting with the protest to save Chase Green in 1936. Eighty years later, the Enfield Society is still working to protect our local heritage and environment. This exhibition celebrates the Enfield Society’s past and present, and looks forward to its future.

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 10am - 1pm

These are core opening hours and the museum may be open until late evening when performances take place in the Dugdale Theatre.

Finding us

Enfield Museum
Dugdale Centre
Thomas Hardy House
39 London Road
Enfield
EN2 6DS

Directions

For directions to the Enfield Musuem, enter your starting point (your postcode, for example), using the links below:

Parking

There is a range of Pay and Display parking areas near the Dugdale Centre. The nearest parking areas are Palace Exchange Car Park - Sydney Road (530 spaces) and Genotin Road Car Park (123 spaces).

Contact us

You can email the team or contact us weekdays from 9am - 5pm on:

Dugdale centre: 020 8379 8354
Curatorial office (for museum enquiries): 020 8379 1469

Facilities and access information

The Dugdale Centre has a cafe bar on the ground floor, serving a selection of snacks and drinks.

Enfield Museum is fully wheelchair accessible and has a disabled toilet. Guide and hearing dogs are welcome.