The Museum is housed in a two storey weatherboarded building, one of the
last representatives of a type of industrial building common in the area in
the latter part of the 19th Century. It is a few minutes walk from the
Kent & East Sussex Railway and their Steam Trains at Tenterden Town Station.
The Entrance Room contains a background to the town and surrounding area,
photos and models show its importance and development from the 13th century.
The Tapestry Room contains a 36ft collage created by the Junior School in
1974 to celebrate Tenterden's 525 years as an independant borough.
The Upper Floor contains a wide collection of farming and rural craft implements.
The Victorian Room has a nostalgic feel with a kitchen hearth, exhibits,
models and photographs.
March Saturdays and Sundays 2.00pm - 4.30pm
April or Easter if earlier until October 31st every day except Friday 2.00pm - 4.45pm
Late July and August every day except Friday 11.00pm - 4.45pm
The museum is operated by volunteers, and could not continue
without the generosity of residents and visitors.