Oundle Museum

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Oundle Museum


A little gem of a museum.

Oundle Museum

Oundle Museum

About Oundle Museum

Oundle Museum is a small local history museum located in the market town of Oundle in Northamptonshire, England. The museum is housed in a former Victorian fire station and contains a range of exhibits and artifacts that tell the story of the town and its people from prehistoric times to the present day. The museum’s exhibits cover a variety of themes, including local industries such as shoemaking and wool production, the town’s rich architectural heritage, and the impact of World War II on the local community.

There is also a collection of Roman artefacts that were found in the area, including coins, pottery, and jewellery. In addition to the exhibits, the museum hosts a range of events and activities throughout the year, including talks, walks, and family-friendly workshops. The museum is run by volunteers from the local community and is a fascinating and educational destination for visitors of all ages.

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Northamptonshire Heritage Forum Member

01832 272735

How to get here

The Courthouse, Mill Road, Oundle, Peterborough, PE8 4BW

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