The Langdon Down Museum of Learning Disability at Normansfield contributes to the public understanding of the work of Dr John Langdon Down, Normansfield and the Royal Earlswood Asylum though exhibitions and events. It also displays objects made by James Henry Pullen. The museum contributes to the social history of learning disability. The museum acquires and conserve artifacts, documents, photographs and other materials with historical importance. The museum is a member of the London Museums of Health and Medicine and the Open University Social History of Learning Disability Group.
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Normansfield Oral History Project gathers personal recollections, stories and opinions of those with a connection to Normansfield Hospital. See: Blog
Normansfield Theatre is a Grade II* Listed Theatre which was built originally as an entertainment hall in 1877 and completed in 1879. The theatre is a rare example of a private Victorian Theatre containing original painted scenery and other ornate fixtures and fittings. See: Website Forthcoming Events
The museum and theatre are open:
10am – 5pm on Saturdays: 28 July, 25 August, 20 October, 3 November
Open House London 12.00 – 5pm Sunday 23 September
The Langdon Down Centre | Normansfield | 2A Langdon Park | Teddington | Middlesex | TW11 9PS