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Harrow: The Queen’s First Borough

28th May – 3rd July

Harrow was the first borough created by the Queen after her coronation in 1953. As Queen Elizabeth II marks 70 years on the throne this year, we look to mark this remarkable occasion with a special exhibition on the Queen’s history and her connections to Harrow’s people and places. Through the Museum’s own collections and memories from the community, this exhibition will showcase the relevance of the Royal Family within the local area. A special new film and book will be available in this exhibition to mark the Platinum year.

Read the Platinum Jubilee Book HERE

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When

28th May – 3rd July

Cost

FREE to view

Age Range

All ages welcome!

More info

This exhibition is available to view in The Great Hall during normal museum opening hours

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Venue

The Great Hall
Headstone Manor & Museum, Pinner View
Harrow, HA2 6PX
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