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!

17 exhibitions

Current (3 exhibitions)

  • Until 27 May 2018

    Supported by Arts Council England, The Making of an Englishman is the first UK retrospective of Uhlman’s work in 50 years and the first exhibition of the artist’s work in Hampstead.


  • Object of the Month

    Until 25 February 2018

    Almanac by Kate Greenaway (1887)


  • Poetry and Hampstead

    Until 11 March 2018

    Exhibition exploring the links between Hampstead's environment and some of its most notable poets.


Coming soon (14 exhibitions)

  • Smooth and Striated

    27 June to 1 July 2018

    Overviews of the African landscape by Apostolia Vorgianiti


  • I Love London

    13 to 24 June 2018

    Four artists exhibit work inspired by all of London and its history.


  • Nicholas Garnham

    6 to 10 June 2018

    A prolific painter of abstract works, Nicholas also applies his individual approach to Still Life and Landscape


  • The Heart is a Bloom

    30 May to 3 June 2018

    An exhibition of paintings and drawings by Ray Walker and Camila Walker


  • The Spy and Other Stories

    16 to 27 May 2018

    A photographic exhibition exploring aspects of her subconscious alliance with the natural world.


  • London Landscapes

    2 May to 29 April 2018

    Fine art exhibition focused on Hampstead and the local area.


  • Quantum Selves, Souls in Sleeve, Ponder This

    18 to 29 April 2018

    An exhibition by Ben Allanach, Bella Schelpe, and Golnar Malek


  • Diverse Figures

    11 to 15 April 2018

    Four artists present the human form and experience - emotion, narrative, beauty, sexuality and aging.


  • Alexander Debenham

    28 March to 8 April 2018

    A collection of portraiture, still life and landscape paintings


  • Diverse Portraits

    21 to 25 March 2018

    A collective exhibition by Jennifer Nieuwland, Kate Passingham, Sue Spaull, Anna Steinhouse and Jess de Zilva


  • A Totally Preposterous Parson

    14 March to 27 June 2018

    A small exhibition curated by Reverend Alan Walker


  • Laura Beaumont

    14 to 18 March 2018

    Exhibited around a moving installation, The Cut will feature a range of limited edition prints


  • Belinda Harding

    7 to 11 March 2018

    Belinda Salmon Harding Retrospective


  • Seascapes and Waterways

    21 February to 4 March 2018

    Collective exhibition including the work of Tony Foster, Tony Hatt, Tom Marsh, Archie Prentice, Jill Tattersall and Loraine Wilson.