Bakewell Old House Museum

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Bakewell Old House Museum: This fascinating old house contains a wonderful collection of items from the Bakewell area, displayed to show aspects of local and social history in this part of Derbyshire. The house is the oldest house in Bakewell and itself is of great interest to anyone keen on vernacular architecture. The displays are full of memories and interest for everyone and include a large collection of cameras, and a good collection of local photographs, a facinating costume collection that ranges from early nineteenth century through to the 1930s, Pitts Kitchen, the marble Ashford table top and the history of the Bakewell pudding.

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How to get here

Bus

Buses No2, 177 and 178 leave Bath Gardens stopping on South Church Street.

Train

Nearest railway station is Grindleford.

Car

The Old House Museum is located on Cunningham Place, above Bakewell Church. Access is from North Church Street or Church Lane. There is very limited disabled parking available outside the museum. Bakewell's main public parking areas are in the town, and at the Agricultural Business Centre.
If visitors are parking in the public car parks in Bakewell, we recommend that they get at least 2hours worth of ticket. The walk to the museum is an interesting one, through the historic King Street area and the churchyard, and the museum has a lot to offer.

Admission

Opening times (April - October):
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
11:00 - 16:0011:00 - 16:0011:00 - 16:0011:00 - 16:0011:00 - 16:0011:00 - 16:0011:00 - 16:00

Prices:
AdultChildChild (0-5)
£3.00£1.50Free

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Contact

Address: The Old House Museum, Cunningham Place, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45, UK.
Phone: +44 1629 813642
Email: info@oldhousemuseum.org.uk

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