Wollaston Museum

Wollaston Museum
102 High Street
NN29 7RJ

Opening Times:
Sundays and Wednesdays, 2.30 - 4.30 pm, from early April until the end of September.

The museum can also open outside this period by special arrangement for history groups, school parties, etc.

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Wollaston Museum consists of three main sites:

Main Hall - 18th Century chapel that houses a collection of archaeological, farming, shoe trade, lace making and locally focussed exhibits.

Beacon Hill - Remnants of a medieval motte from a Motte and Bailey Castle.

Village Cottage - This village cottage has recently been renovated to highlight some of the periods of history in which the cottage has been lived in.  

Admission is FREE

Contact Details:
07804 241430 angela.scheidegger@btinternet.com

Learning Programmes:
Role play and activities

Local History
World War II

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