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Daventry Museum

Daventry Museum

Popular with both visitors and local people, Daventry Museum is a “cultural hub.” It’s recognised as a place for people to connect, learn and share stories about the town’s rich history. Typically, the Museum has three visiting exhibitions a year. Additionally, there are permanent displays of local social heritage.

You’ll find the museum located within the grounds of Daventry County Council. Combine your trip with a visit to one of Daventry’s popular cafes, pubs or restaurants. For inspiration on where to eat and drink, click here.

When it’s difficult to visit in person, there are lots of ways to engage online. The 360-degree virtual museum tour and Battle of Naseby exhibition tour are interesting. Find out more and visit the website.

Contact & Opening Times

3 New Street
Daventry
Northamptonshire
NN11 4BT

You can contact Daventry Museum via [email protected] or call 01327 301246 for more information.

Daventry Museum is operated by Daventry Town Council and supported by volunteers.

Opening hours: 9.30am - 1.30pm Tuesday to Friday and the first Saturday of each month 10am - 4pm

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Visitor Information & Facilities

  • Child friendly
  • Group tours
  • Meeting / conference space
  • The whole family
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wifi

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