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" Local artifacts, Town History, School records and local events are featured together with the Internationally known Endacott Collection of North American Indian items "

Entry Prices

Ashburton Museum is funded by voluntary contributions and is supported entirely by voluntary effort. We do charge a nominal entrance fee for adults but welcome any donations.

Adults: £2.00     Children: FREE

Opening Times

The Museum is open 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

For parties and opening outside of these hours by Appointment, please call the Tourist Information Centre on 01364 653426 or 0808 1203865 if the Information Centre is closed.

 Ashburton Museum
No visit to Ashburton would be complete without a visit to the Town's Museum. Originally started in a private house, it moved to the tower of St Lawrence Chapel and, when it outgrew that, in 1962, to the old blacksmith's shop behind the chapel (part of the old grammar school site). By 1968 it moved again to its present site in the centre of Ashburton (next door to Lloyds Bank) in a building which was once a brush factory.

It houses a unique collection, which, in addition to items of local interest, includes a large collection of North American Indian artifacts.

Ashburton Museum is now a fully registered museum officially recognised by the Museums and Galleries Commission.

For Entry Prices, opening times and contact details please see below and left.

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Museum Opening Times:
The Museum is Open May - September, 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Address  Ashburton Museum
The Bull Ring
Phone  0808 1203865

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