Leominster MuseumLeominster
Etnam Street
Herefordshire HR6 8AL
Leominster (pronounced ‘Lemster’) Museum is housed in a former mission house for railwaymen, and exhibits an impressive collection of artefacts relating to Leominster and the local area.
Artefacts are displayed in appropriate settings e.g. haymaking tools and draft horse harnesses are in a stable block, and cider making equipment is in a Cider Mill.
Exhibits include banknotes and cheques from the Leominster & Herefordshire Bank, early local postage marks, material from the Leominster and Kington Railway, and skeletal remains from the Bronze Age Aymestrey burial.
The most recently opened display entitled "Rifles and Spades", commemorates the local effects of World War I on Leominster and the English county of Herefordshire.
Also on display are a number of works by the Leominster-born artist John Scarlett Davis, including an 1828 self-portrait, and a book of 173 sketches, purchased for £11,000 at auction at Christie's in March 1979.
Seasonal - Easter to end of October. For current dates and times go to  Web:  Leominster Museum/ Opening Times   External Link
Monday – Friday: 10:00 – 16:00
Saturday:            10:00 – 13:00
Open on Bank Holidays during the season.
Disabled Access
The museum has full disabled access to the ground floor. Information on exhibits in galleries is available on the ground floor.
Toilets are not wheelchair accessible.
Leominster Museum is near the top (West) end of Etnam Street opposite the entrance to School Lane (which leads to Corn Square), directly by a pedestrian crossing. Opened in 1972 as the Leominster Folk Museum, it is an independent, volunteer-run organisation, professionally operated and well worth visiting.
Contact & Further Information
Telephone   +44 (0)1568 615 186
Website   Leominster Museum    External Link
Getting There
- By Car
Leominster is on the A49 between Hereford and Ludlow, and the A44 between Worcester and Aberystwyth (Wales).
Free on-street parking may be available in Etnam Street. There is a Council ‘Pay & Display’ car park nearly opposite the museum. Charges, which apply from 08:00 – 22:00 seven days a week, range from 60p for up to 2 hours to about £1.50 for 4 hours (the maximum stay).
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