We have regular onsite exhibitions in our foyer area and online exhibitions:
Pestilence to contagion: plague to COVID-19
This exhibition details some of the diseases and viruses that have struck Medway in the past.
View the Pestilence to contagion: plague to COVID-19 exhibition.
Health matters: corridors of care
This exhibition takes a look at the institutions that have offered care and comfort to the Medway area.
View the Health matters: corridors of care exhibition.
Dickensland commemorated the 150th anniversary of the death of Charles Dickens.
This exhibition examines some of the people and places that provided inspiration for his novels and essays.
View Dickensland online exhibition.
Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald 1830 to 1925
On the centenary of the birth of Charles Dickens in 1912, Percy Fitzgerald presented his library of books by and about Dickens and his works to Rochester Museum.
But who was he?
View Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald, 1830 to 1925 online exhibition.
Williams Cuffay and Chatham
In July 1870 William Cuffay died in Hobart, Tasmania Australia. He was 82 years old, a tailor by trade and was born in Chatham.
How did he end up there and why is he remembered today, 150 years later?
View William Cuffay and Chatham online exhibition.
A selection of our past exhibitions are available for loan. Please contact us for more information.