Saltash Heritage

Saltash Heritage
Museum and Local History Centre
17 Lower Fore Street
Saltash
Cornwall
PL12 6JQ
England

Website

www.saltash-heritage.org.uk

E-mail

info@saltash-heritage.org.uk

Telephone

01752 848466

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.
Saltash Museum and Local History Centre
Shop icon Library icon Study area icon Wheelchair access icon

Saltash Heritage was formed in 1986 by the late Cornelius 'Corny' Hearl and a group of like minded local people who wanted to see the formation of a permanent museum for Saltash. It finally achieved one of its original aims, when, in 2000, it opened the Saltash Museum and Local History Centre at 17 Lower Fore Street, Saltash. There is a small permanent display about the history and well-known 'characters' of Saltash, and a temporary, themed, display is mounted during the summer months (April to November).
The Tamarside Archaeological Survey is part of Saltash Heritage, and carries out geophysical surveys in the area using 'Time Team' type electronic equipment.

Venue Type:

Museum

Opening hours

Museum:
April-June
Wed 14.00-16.00
Sat 10.00-16.00

July-September
Wed 14.00-16.00
Thu 10.30-12.30 & 14.00-16.00
Fri 10.30-12.30 & 14.00-16.00
Sat 10.00-16.00

October-November
Wed 14.00-16.00
Sat 10.00-16.00

Bank Holidays
Mon 10.00-16.00

------------------------------
Local History Centre:
All Year
Wed 14.00-16.00
Fri 19.00-21.00
Sat 10.00-13.00

Closed: Museum:
December-March

------------------------------
Local History Centre:
Open all year

Admission charges

Free, but donations very welcome

Collection details

Archaeology, Archives, Social History

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

It will be over by Christmas

  • 5 April — 29 November 2014 *on now

Saltash Heritage's 2014 exhibition 'It will be over by Christmas' - Saltash goes to war will concentrate on how the First World War affected the people of the area, both at home and on the battlefield. What was happening to the women and children left at home? What did a bunker really look like? How did horses and pigeons help with the war effort? What relics and memories have been left behind, 100 years later? The exhibition will be opened by our Member of Parliament Mrs Sheryll Murray at 10.30am, For full opening times, please check our web site http://www.saltash-heritage.org.uk and click on the 'Museum' link.

advertisement