Valence House Museum

Valence House Museum Valence House Museum is the only surviving of the five manor houses of Dagenham. The timber framed museum building, partially surrounded by a moat, is situated in Valence Park off Becontree Avenue, in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, London, England.

The building has been used a manor house, a family home, a town hall, the headquarters of the library service and now houses a museum.Valence House MuseumThe museum contains permanent exhibitions on history and life in Barking and Dagenham, including displays from the 1945 Becontree Estate. It hosts regular special events for the public and school parties.Valence House Museum, archives and local s

The building has been used a manor house, a family home, a town hall, the headquarters of the library service and now houses a museum.Valence House MuseumThe museum contains permanent exhibitions on history and life in Barking and Dagenham, including displays from the 1945 Becontree Estate. It hosts regular special events for the public and school parties.Valence House Museum, archives and local s

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