The Midhurst Museum is located near the centre of Midhurst at Knockhundred Market.  We have a new theme each month and show artefacts relating to the local area.

 Changing Themes

Knockhundred Market is an ideal place to pass some time. As well as possibly the smallest museum in the world, with the theme changing each month, we now have Museum Too, a permanent exhibition displaying a timeline of Midhurst from the Stone Age to the 21st Century. Also in the market are Cockburn's Tearooms and Shoppe for sweets and ice creams.

Exhibits in both museums are provided by Dave & Tim Rudwick and Noel Simpson, together with occasional displays by other collectors.


Knockhundred Market when it was The Rudwick Brothers Garage


The Midhurst Museum was opened on the 9th of December, 2011, and Midhurst Museum Too was opened on the 1st of April 2016, at events attended by many local supporters.

Midhurst Through The Ages

 The famous and haunting ruins of Cowdray House are just a short walk from the museum, either through the village or along the River Rother.  Knockhundred Market makes an excellent place to relax and re-fuel whilst spending a day exploring the historic town of Midhurst.

We are a registered charity and wholly dependent on people's generosity with donations of their time and spare coppers.  Please contact us if you would like to support the Museum by volunteering, lending items or sponsoring a display.


A Month of Transport

Latest News:

Future Themes:


 June - Transport

July - Maps & Memories - Midhurst Common

August - Midhurst Remembered

September - Wool, etc

October - Jeff Allnutt's Horology

November - 100 Years of Dolls

December & January 2018 - Babycham

Opening Times:

Tuesdays to Saturdays

April to October

10.30am to

November to March

10.30am to

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