The Heath Robinson Museum in Pinner, Northwest London, showcases the work of the world-renowned artist, illustrator, humourist, and social commentator William Heath Robinson (1872-1944).
Heath Robinson lived nearby in Pinner from 1908-18, some of the most productive years of his life.
Situated in Pinner’s Memorial Park next to historic West House, the Museum complex has created a thriving artistic, cultural and community hub in the region.
The Museum provides a permanent home for the Heath Robinson collection of original artwork and other artefacts. In addition to the permanent exhibition chronicling the life and works of Heath Robinson, the Museum has a rolling programme of Special Exhibitions. These focus on highlights of the museum’s extensive collection of William Heath Robinson’s work as well as showcasing other renowned artists and illustrators.