Henley River and Rowing Museum

Henley River and Rowing Museum tells the history of rowing down through the ages from the boat race to the Olympics. At the moment they have an exhibition on rowing from the London Olympics 2012, which I remember fondly as I had tickets to go and see the rowing at Dorney Lake. 
Britain has a very proud and prestigious rowing history and it was lovely to have a picture taken outside the museum with the statues of Sir Steve Redgrave, CBE, DL and Mathew Pinsent, CBE, two of the greats. We also saw one of the torches and the Olympic cauldron which was transported to the museum on board the royal barge Gloriana. 
A lovely picnic and ice cream by the river finished off a lovely day. 
I noticed some disabled people, wheelchairs included, taking a boat ride with the aid of a lift on board the boat. It looked very safe and efficient, and I look forward to trying it out for myself soon.rrm.co.uk