Clun Town Trust Museum

 Small independent Museum in rural community run by Clun Town Trust registered as a Charity in 1924; fully Accredited by the Arts Council and situated in Clun Town Hall built in 1780
 Housing a multitude of local historical & agricultural artefacts covering last 250 years reflecting the diversity of Trades in this once self contained town in the centre of a large farming community.
 Unique noted collection of over 6,000 flints from Mesolithic period.
 Victorian smocks, uniforms and relics of 1st & 2nd World wars.
 Two silver maces of the Borough of Clun, dating back to Elizabethan times (1580 & 1620 together with Seal (1637) are on display on Bank holidays

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Opening hours

Opening Hours from Easter until 31st October:
Tuesdays: 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Saturdays: and Bank Holiday Mondays and Tuesdays 11.00 am - 1.00 pm and 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Admission charges

Children up to 16 years of age and Students Free
Adults 50p. donation

Additional info

Accessible for all including aids for visitors with impaired vision

Clun Town Trust Museum
Town Hall
The Square




Direct line to Curator

01588 640681

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