Market Lavington Village Museum

Market Lavington Museum - January 2010
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The home of the Museum is the Old Schoolmaster's House, built in 1846. The museum illustrates village life and work mainly from Victorian times to the present day. Basket making, brick making and brewing have been local industries in the past.

Market Lavington has had professional photographers since 1880 and their efforts have recorded every aspect of village life through to the present day.

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Opening hours

1 May- 31 October
Wed Sat-Sun 1430-1630
Bank Holidays 1430-1630
Other times by appointment

Market Lavington Museums holds artefacts and records which relate to the parish, past and present, of Market Lavington.

Photographic records and social history are particular strengths along with artefacts relating to the many and varied crafts carried out in the area.

Collection details

Weapons and War, Trade and Commerce, Toys and Hobbies, Sport, Social History, Science and Technology, Religion, Photography, Personalities, Music, Medicine, Literature, Law and Order, Land Transport, Industry, Fine Art, Costume and Textiles, Coins and Medals, Archives, Archaeology, Agriculture

Key artists and exhibits

  • History of Market Lavington, Wiltshire

Market Lavington Village Museum
15 Church Street
Market Lavington
SN10 4AB


Museum web site

Market Lavington history and photos

Museum blog


Rog Frost, Curator


Sally Reynolds, Secretary

01380 816222

Rog Frost, Curator

01380 813596

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