Wollaston Museum is an award winning attraction located right in the heart of Wollaston. Entrance is free (donations welcome).
What’s to see?
Artefacts building – the 18th Century chapel houses a collection of archaeological, farming, boot and shoe trade, lace making and locally focussed exhibits.
Curiosity Cottage – this village cottage has been renovated to highlight some of the periods of history in which the cottage has been lived. A little gem!
Beacon Hill – a 12th century Norman Motte. Under the care of English Heritage, this is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
Find out how to get here, when we’re open and where to find parking on our visit us page.
Role play and activities
World War II