The museum and theatre are open from 10am to 5pm.
(Last entry 4.30pm)
Talk 11am – 12.00pm: Royal Earlswood Asylum
The history of Earlswood where Dr John Langdon Down worked as Medical Superindendent from 1858 to 1868. It was here that he developed his ideas about care, education and training for people with learning disabilities. While at Earlswood he began his research and identified the condition in 1866 now known as Down’s syndrome.
This event is free. Booking not required. Donations welcome.