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Earls Barton Museum

Earls Barton Museum

You’ll find Earls Barton Museum housed within Jeyes of Earls Barton. ‘Jeyes’ as it’s known, is a small visitor attraction in Earls Barton village. The Museum began as a traditional-style chemist shop, opened by the Jeyes family in 1981. Over the years, the family have expanded the shop to include fascinating exhibitions on local history, plus a coffee and gift shop. Jeyes of Earls Barton is a special place to visit and has won awards for offering a ‘unique heritage experience’. Visitor favourites include:

- The Earls Barton Museum of Village Life. A fascinating look at local history and people - ‘A cobblers’ life. Explore the lifestyle of a traditional shoe worker and the cobbler industry- The charming collection of toys

If you're a fan of quaint and quirky experiences, a visit to Jeyes is for you. Complete your trip with an afternoon tea or an ice cream from ‘Jeylato’s’ ice cream selection.

Foodies should look out for Northamptonshire Sauce!

Forget Worcestershire Sauce, instead pick up a bottle of - Northamptonshire Sauce. The team at Jeyes have partnered with local producers to create Northamptonshire’s own sauce. It makes a tasty addition to stews, soups and sandwiches – or just about anything.

All exhibitions at Jeyes are free to enter.

Contact & Opening Times

NN6 0NA|
[email protected]|
01604 811735

Jeyes of Earls Barton 26 -28 The Square Earls Barton Northamptonshire NN6 0NA Telephone: 01604 810289 E-mail: [email protected]

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Visitor Information & Facilities

  • Couples
  • Gift shop
  • Tea & cake
  • Tea & coffee
  • The whole family

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