Valley Museum is a learning experience using touch screen
technology and hands-on exhibits.
We tell the story of Edenbridge, its people, buildings and natural
environment, using children's
Activities, Exhibitions, Games and Pastimes from past and present.
at the Edenbridge Museum
FREE GUIDED WALKS
Walk along the High Street (Old
Roman Road) and under the Old Crown sign board which spans the road
(the only one in Kent). Learn about the buildings, industry and
lives of locals in days gone by.
The walks, which are led by our museum guides, start at the museum
and last about one hour. To take part, simply meet in the courtyard
at rear of museum 15 minutes
before start time.
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The walks are in the evening at 6.30pm apart from 8th September
which will be at 2pm
72 High Street Edenbridge Kent TN8 5AR
are the stories behind the names on your war memorial?
We need your help.
The Eden Valley museum wishes to mount an
exhibition in 2018 based on research into the names on the First
World War memorials from all over the district.
Would you like to take part in this project?
We are seeking volunteers to work together to discover more about
the people behind the names.
Please contact the Eden Valley Museum at
01732 868102 or firstname.lastname@example.org
you thought of joining?
the Eden Valley Museum is celebrating its tenth anniversary
and is making a big push to encourage local residents to become
members and support this unique local attraction. Individual
membership is £10 per year, family membership is £20,
and youngsters (under 18yrs) can become members for as little
as £2.50 per year. If you run a business, why not consider
Corporate Membership at £75 per year. Or perhaps
you’d just like to make a one-off donation as a 10th
birthday present – please make cheques payable to the
Eden Valley Museum Trust and send them to: The Treasurer, Eden
Valley Museum, Church House, 72 High Street, Edenbridge TN8
In 1995, for an exhibition
to celebrate one hundred years of parish Councils, organised
by the Edenbridge and District Historical Society, a wealth
of material was collected. many of the one thousand three
hundred visitors expressed their desire that this collection
should have a permanent home. Thus the idea of a museum was
The museum is the culmination
of five years work by a large group of local people who
have enthusiastically given their time and skills to research,
collect, catalogue, build the galleries and generally assist
in its formation.
Doggetts you can observe the cricket ball steamer at work and
learn about the skill of cricket ball making practised for over
200 years in Chiddingstone Causeway by the Duke family.
and Opening Times
Entry to the Museum is free during normal
Wheelchair users can access the ground
floor only, however exhibits in other rooms can be viewed
using a touch screen computer.
A disabled toilet and baby changing
facilities are available.
Museum opening times:
Wed & Fri 2.00 till 4.30pm
Thu & Sat 10.00 till 4.30pm
Summer Sundays June, July & August 2.00 till 4.30pm
Closed Good Friday
Open Bank Holiday Monday 27th May from 10.00 till 4.30pm
House, 72 High Street,