The Horsham Museum is located in a lovely timber-framed building; a suitable setting for housing the 26 galleries that make up the museum's collection of local history. The exhibits range from farm implements to costumes, a cabinet of curiosities, a Georgian Room, and a special 'Crime and Punishment' exhibit.
In addition there are further displays covering flints and fossils, ethnography, toys, cooking, gardening, local trades, and British arts and crafts.

Outside the museum are not one, but two walled gardens where visitors are welcome to stroll.