Eden Valley Museum

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Eden Valley Museum: We are a exciting museum, full of touch screen technology and hands-on exhibits. We tell the story of the Eden Valley, its people, buildings and natural environment.

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History Museum:6.5/10
Popularity rank: #9714


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Edenbridge High Street is on the B2026. Free parking in two locations
in the Market Yard (not Thursdays mornings - Market Day) and in Church Street in front of the Parish Church. Both are a few minutes walk away.


The nearest railway station is Edenbridge Town (approx. 10 minutes walk) on the Oxted to Uckfield Line. From the station exit follow the road until the junction at the end then turn left onto the High Street. The other railway station is Edenbridge (approx. 25 minutes walk) on the Redhill to Tonbridge line. From the station exits turn right downhill onto the main road. Pass the Jaques factory on your left and continue under the second railway bridge. Pass the Leisure Centre/ Park on your right. Continue onwards and cross the road at the traffic lights which leads you into the High Street.


Edenbridge High Street is served by Arriva service numbers 231,33 234 237 and 404


Opening times:
--14:00 - 16:3010:00 - 16:3014:00 - 16:3010:00 - 16:3014:00 - 16:30




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Address: Eden Valley Museum, Church House, High Street, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 5AR, UK
Phone: +44 1732 868102
Email: curator@evmt.org.uk

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