Crewkerne and District Museum

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Newly opened in 2000, Crewkerne & District Museum is a small museum run by volunteers.It is contained in an historic house whose 18th century front conceals a much older dwelling behind.Many aspects of local history are explored in the museum - industries, commerce, religion, education and domestic life. Changing displays of photographs and other items from the collection or on loan are on view in the Exhibition Room.

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Opening hours

Easter - end of September
Weds Thurs Fri and Bank Holidays
1030 - 1300 1400 - 1630
Sat 10.30 - 1.00
November - Easter -Thurs only

Admission charges

Adults £1 Children and students 50p
Friends of the Museum - Free

Additional info

The Friends of the Museum organise events including Children's Activity Sessions and Drop-in activities.
Census and Parish Records and other Documentation are available in the Local History Room - sessions must be booked in advance.
The Leslie Andrew Room seating 35 people is available for hire for meetings or exhibitions.

Collection details

Archaeology, Archives, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Fine Art, Music, Personalities, Science and Technology, Social History, Weapons and War

Crewkerne and District Museum
The Heritage Centre
Market Square
TA18 7JU



01460 77079


01460 78790

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