John Moore Countryside Museum & Merchant's House
41 Church Street
A countryside collection displayed to honour the prophetic writings on nature conservation of the late John Moore, a local writer and naturalist. The museum is housed in an historic 15th century timber-framed building, part of a row of restored late medieval merchants' cottages.
1 April-31 October
Tues-Sat 1000-1300 & 1400-1700
Plus all Bank Holiday Mondays
Sat 1000-1300 & 1400-16.00
Plus Christmas (not 25th,26th Dec) and Feb half term Hols
Groups by appt at any time of the year.
Closed: Sun & Mon throughout the year
Students & Senior Citizens: £1.25
Children over 5: £1
Family (2 adults & 2 children): £4
Entry to Merchant's House: 75p per person
- Museums Association
Natural history collection of preserved mammals and birds, representing typical examples of native Gloucestershire fauna. Small collection of hand tools that have been used to shape the Gloucestershire countryside (e.g. hedging and ditching tools).
Archaeology, Natural Sciences, Personalities, Social History