• A portrait of John Langdon Down by Sydney Hodges (1829 -1900).
  • The main Normansfield building
  • The grounds around Normansfield
  • The restored Theatre is now used regularly for concerts and events.

Opening times

2014: 2-5pm Mondays; 10am-1pm Saturdays. The theatre may not be open on Monday afternoons during academic term time.

2015: 10am - 1pm Saturdays

Museum open February to November.

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The Langdon Down Museum of Learning Disability at Normansfield Teddington, was the home and institution developed by the Victorian physician Dr John Langdon Down and his family where a revolutionary and enlightened approach was developed for the care of people with learning disabilities.

 

Next Talk / Tour

Open House London

12noon – 4pm Sunday 21 September 2014

As part of this annual event which once a year opens the doors to hundreds of buildings around London, the Langdon Down Centre will be open on the Sunday with three guided tours of the museum and theatre at: 12.30, 1.30 and 2.30. This event is free and does not require booking. Light refreshments can be purchased.

Talks and Tours in 2014/2015