Wollaston Museum

Wollaston Museum

Wollaston Museum

A local museum set in the picturesque village of Wollaston, home to Doc Marten. The site consists of the Museum, Beacon Hill and Curiosity Cottage. The Museum displays the history of Wollaston from boot and shoes to paintings, lacemaking to agriculture, archeaology to the old school bell! Beacon Hill is a scheduled ancient monument of a Norman motte and bailey castle, and Curiosity Cottage is a little gem showing village life in the early 20th century.

Contact & Opening Times

102 High Street
Wollaston
Northamptonshire
NN29 7BJ
Open April to September, Sundays and Wednesdays, 2.30 to 4.30 pm, and at other times for community groups by arrangement. There are a variety of shops and pubs in Wollaston, including a cafe and retail outlet in The Yard nearby (not open on Sundays). You can also visit www.wollastonparishcouncil.gov.uk Call us on 07804 241430
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  • The whole family
  • Young children
  • Teenagers

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