Ashford Museum

Ashford Museum Housed in a 17th century Grade II listed building, close to Ashford town centre and features exhibits associated with Ashford's history
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Housed in a 17th century Grade II listed building, the museum is located in the Church Yard at the Heart of Ashford's Town Centre and features exhibits associated with Ashford's history. The Museum was founded during the mid 1980's & was registered in 1989. Ashford Museum provides an important role within the community by promoting the town's fascinating past to local schools, community groups and

visitors from across the world. The Museum holds its exhibits on two floors so there is plenty to see and learn about the town's past. It is an important resource for researches and historians. The Museum endeavours to provide a free facility for the display of its collections and is purely run by volunteer efforts. Donations are gratefully received. The Museum is open from 11am until 2pm Tuesday to Saturday between April and late October. The Museum now has an Annexe at 57 High Street. The Annexe is primarily to give us additional space to care for our collections, but will be available as a point of contact, for donating objects and enquiring about volunteering and membership during the Museum winter closure period. Opening hours for the Annexe are subject to the availability of volunteers and the work that is being undertaken. Please message us before making a trip specifically to visit us in the Annexe.

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Church Yard
Ashford
TN231QG

Opening Hours

11am - 2pm

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Telling Ashford’s story

Housed in a 17th century Grade II listed building, the museum is located in the Church Yard at the Heart of Ashford's Town Centre and features exhibits associated with Ashford's history. The Museum holds its exhibits on two floors so there is plenty to see and learn about the town's past. It is an important resource for researches and historians.

The Museum endeavours to provide a free facility for the display of its collections and is purely run by volunteer efforts. Donations are gratefully received.

It has an important role within the community by promoting the town's fascinating past to local schools, community groups and visitors from across the world. While the risk of transmission of COVID-19 persists our openin hours may change. Please read our note regarding Coronavirus for full details of the measures we have in place and opening times https://www.facebook.com/notes/ashford-museum/coronavirus/2595823023968649/

It is 10 minutes walk from Ashford International Station, 5 minutes from Ashford Town Centre bus stops in Park Street, Station Road, Bank Street and Vicarage Lane. The Museum was founded during the mid 1980's & was registered in 1989.


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