Warminster Museum

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In 1973 the History Society assumed the care of artefacts from the Town Council, including the Victor Manley collection of Geology, the Harold Dewey Collection, and other items given for the benefit of the people of Warminster. The Society set up a Museum in the Sexton’s cottage at the rear of the Chapel of St Lawrence.


In 1982 the Museum moved to the present Library building

where it has a display area, storeroom and offices.

Only a proportion of its items can be on display at any one time, but items from the Museum storeroom can be studied by arrangement with the museum staff. Displays are changed on a regular basis, and special events in local and national history are marked.


Displays and conservation work are paid for by the Society, and all work is undertaken by Society members.


Items on display in the Museum area of the Public Library can be viewed during Library opening times.

Venue Type:

Museum, Association or society, Archive

Opening hours

Mon 1030=1300
Tues 1000-1300
Wed 1000-1230
Thurs 1000-1300
Fri 1000-1300
Sat1000-1300

Gallery open during Library opening hours

Admission charges

none

Collection details

Archaeology, Archives, Natural Sciences, Social History

Warminster Museum
Warminster Public Library
Three Horseshoes Mall
Warminster
Wiltshire
BA12 9BT
England

Website

E-mail

museum.warminster@gmail.com

Telephone

01985 216022

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.
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