The items at Lloyd George Museum and Highgate, his childhood home, help us to understand the former Prime Minister’s life and times between 1863 and 1945. He as a great statesman – he introduced a pension for the elderly; he was Prime Minister during the First World War; he gave women the vote – but he failed to solve the problems in Ireland.
The collections at the Lloyd George Museum include portraits, medals, souvenirs, archives such as the Versailles Treaty, caskets and scrolls presented to him as freedom honours, ‘Lloyd George’s crown’, costumes and personal items that relate to Lloyd George’s personal and public achievements. Highgate is furnished as it was when Lloyd George lived here as a child between 1864 and 1880. The original desks of Lloyd George and his brother can be seen here, and the shoemaker’s workshop, where Lloyd George’s uncle, Richard Lloyd worked has been recreated.
Friends of the Museum
Join the Friends in order to help keep the memory of Lloyd George alive. We:
provide help and support for the Museum’s development and educational use, and support new developments
arrange and promote lectures and events
raise money for purchasing suitable items for display and research.
Find us / contact us
Lloyd George Museum
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Easter week Daily 10:30 – 17:00
April / May Monday – Friday 10:30 – 17:00
June Monday – Saturday 10:30 – 17:00
July / August / September Daily 10:30 – 17:00
October Monday – Friday 11:00 – 16:00
All Bank Holiday weekends 10:30 – 17:00
Other times by appointment
Over 65 £4.00
Family (2 adults and any number of children) £15.00
You can hire Lloyd George Theatre for up to 50 people with spaces for wheelchairs – contact us.