There's always something new to see at Burgh House & Hampstead Museum!

Here you will find information about our current and upcoming exhibitions.

Our beautiful 18th-century Christopher Wade Room and Art Gallery display temporary exhibitions that explore various themes relating to the history of Hampstead and its inhabitants. The modern Peggy Jay Gallery exhibits local, contemporary art created by a variety of groups and individuals who hire the space.

Don't forget to keep checking as things get added all the time!

8 exhibitions

Current (2 exhibitions)

  • Until 28 October 2018

    The first retrospective in 40 years will explore the life and art of Archibald Ziegler, who lived and worked in Hampstead from the 1950s onwards


  • Girls and Boys Come Out to Play

    Until 2 September 2018

    A mini exhibition exploring the experiences of children in Hampstead from the Victorian age to now.


Coming soon (6 exhibitions)

  • Margaret Calkin James

    14 to 25 November 2018

    Margaret Calkin James 1895-1985, calligrapher, graphic designer, textile printer, watercolour painter and printmaker lived in Hampstead until 1970.


  • Spectrum

    17 to 28 October 2018

    A group of artists expressing their experiences in a variety of media; a celebration of diverse cultures and individuality.


  • Mosaics & Muses

    3 to 14 October 2018

    An exhibition of work by Trata Maria Drescha and C. Joy Fleischmann


  • 60 What? 60 Years

    26 to 30 September 2018

    This exhibition is the culmination of Robert’s artistic production thus far and is intended to display the place that art has played in his life and reveal his incredulity at now being 60 years of age, as well as illustrating the career he now aspires to - for as long as his paints and canvasses last out.


  • Links

    5 to 23 September 2018

    With palettes, forms, textures and patterns influenced and inspired by landscapes and found objects, artists Castellano, Partridge and Seljubac explore with very different mediums the links that inspires their work creating ceramic sculptures, abstract painting and stained glass.


  • Earth Song

    22 August to 2 September 2018

    Our paintings reflect what is before us and what is within us; our eyes wide open, our minds in tune with the earth. Landscapes rise and form in our imagination, strange and new.