Daventry Museum

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Daventry Museum

Daventry Museum

About Daventry Museum

Daventry Museum is a small museum located in the town of Daventry. The museum aims to showcase the history of the town and its surrounding areas through a range of exhibits and displays. The museum has a collection of over 2,000 artefacts, including objects related to the town’s history, such as medieval coins and pottery, as well as items related to local industries, such as shoemaking and leatherworking. There are also exhibits on the town’s role in World War II, including displays on the Daventry Calling radio station and the town’s involvement in the war.

In addition to its permanent displays, the museum also hosts a range of temporary exhibitions throughout the year, covering topics such as local artists, sport, and culture. The museum also runs a programme of events and activities for visitors of all ages, including talks, workshops, and family-friendly activities. Daventry Museum is a fascinating and informative resource for anyone interested in the history and heritage of Daventry and the wider Northamptonshire region.

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01327 301246

How to get here

3 New Street, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 4BT

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