Visiting the Museum
On this page you can find extra information about visiting the museum. For getting to the museum, please go to our Directions  page.

We hope that this page will help make your visit as pleasant as possible! But if you have any further questions, get in touch on 01629 813642.

Why not check out our Events  page and see what's happening at the Museum?
Hours and Admissions
Hours

We are open from March 25th to November 5th.
11:00-16:00 Daily

Admission Costs

£12   :   Family (Two adults and up to three children)
£4.50:   Adult
£2.00:   Child (5-15 years)

FREE: Children under five years.

Accessibility
Getting to the museum: the museum is reached from the town centre by a rather steep (but short) uphill walk. Some visitors may feel more comfortable taking the public bus, details of which are available on our Directions page.

Parking: 
we have limited parking space outside the museum, reserved for disabled parking.

Inside the museum:
the building is very old, so we advise visitors to take care on the uneven floors. The ground floor has a number of steps, but is accessible to wheelchair users. Unfortunately, the upper floor is not accessible to wheelchair users at present.

Families
Baby care: Baby care facilities are available in our accessible toilet, located in the courtyard.

Buggies: Due to the size of the museum, we request that visitors do not use buggies within the museum. They may be left in the reception area.

Food and drink: Food and drink may not be consumed in the museum, except during special events. There are no cafe facilities within the museum.

Shop: The museum shop sells a variety of gifts, books and toys - many at pocket-money friendly prices!  

€‹Schools and Groups
Groups: we offer a variety of guided tours and activities for Group Bookings. Further information is available on our Guided Walks and Tours  section. Please note all groups must complete a Groups Booking Form, available to download here.

Schools: the varied nature of the Old House Museum means that we can offer a range of activites tailored to various Key Stages of the national curriculum. More information is available in our Learning  section. Please note all groups must complete a Risk Assessment form, available for download here.