Discover and celebrate Hillingdon's culture and history through our different exhibitions taking place across the borough.
Iroko Home from Home
This exhibition on 'The Legacy of People of Nigerian Descent in Britain' is part of IROKO's Home from Home project and celebrates the achievements and contributions of British-Nigerians to British society.
- Monday 5 to Saturday 10 February at Botwell Green Library
Hillingdon Food Stories: People, Flavours, Places
Everyone has a food story - what is yours? From the dishes we miss, to how we cook and what we eat every day, everyone has their own unique relationship with food. Visit this exhibition to learn about Hillingdon's food diversity and share a story, a dish close to your heart or a recipe that you're trying out!
- Throughout February at Botwell Green Library
Come and see this exhibition showcasing one of the Museums and Archives Service's newest collections - from the Bolton and Thompson families of Hayes and Hillingdon. This early 20th Century collection ranges from family photographs, toys and haberdashery to service in both world wars.
- Wednesday 3 January to Thursday 28 March at Uxbridge Library
Hillingdon: A History in Weather
Weather is a national obsession. In this exhibition, find out how the weather and climate have affected Hillingdon and its residents over time.
- Monday 4 to Friday 29 March at Manor Farm Library