Housed In an 18th century barn and 17th century cart shed, the museum is a ‘one-stop-shop’ for Woodchurch’s history.
The collection is very varied: from wagons to tiny coins, from the Stone Age to the present day, but all with a connection to the parish of Woodchurch.
These artefacts, through a variety of media, trace the story of the community from the time when Stone Age man passed by to Woodchurch today with its community of 2500 people.
The story is told through its landscape, architecture, farming, schools, religion, wars, trades and professions and social life.
Susans Hili, Woodchurch TN26 3RE.
Open-Bank Holidays and weekends from Easter to 30th.September.
10.00am to 4.00pm