Ilchester has a small community museum in the Town Hall. It was a very important town in Roman times and this importance continued until the nineteenth century.
Ilchester Museum is a small, private museum run by the Ilchester Town Trust, to show the fascinating life and history of this one-time Roman town and county town of Somerset.
In 1995 a complete set of Maundy money was acquired. In 1996 the iron bell that rang 'time' in Ilchester's Swan Inn was acquired. In 1997 a letter was acquired that was sent from a debtor in Ilchester gaol to his solicitor in Dorchester.
Town Hall and Community Centre