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Eden Valley Museum Trust

72 Church House | High Street, Edenbridge TN8 5AR, England
+44 1732 868102
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A brilliant insight into Edenbridge history

Lots of information on the area, special displays eg WW1 in Edenbridge. Social history of the area... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2018
Stfrancis
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Sutton, United Kingdom
Great little museum

Great little place, very informative and interesting. My kids love it as do I. Always best to check... read more

Reviewed 21 January 2018
Lollydeakins
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Kent, United Kingdom
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Eden Valley Museum is a small museum and local history centre devoted to the story of the Eden Valley in Kent. Set in a medieval farmhouse in Edenbridge and run by volunteers the attraction features six galleries with changing exhibits on local history (covering the area in West Kent from the Surrey border to Penshurst) including archaeology, tanning, cricket ball making, local stately homes and blacksmiths.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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72 Church House | High Street, Edenbridge TN8 5AR, England
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Reviewed 2 March 2018

Lots of information on the area, special displays eg WW1 in Edenbridge. Social history of the area, lots of photographs and exhibits on show. Fascinating - often pop in to see anything new has been displayed

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Reviewed 21 January 2018

Great little place, very informative and interesting. My kids love it as do I. Always best to check the opening times online before going as they are not always open. They do special days for kids in the holidays which are fun and educational. Definitely...More

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Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

This museum has lots of golden nuggets in it relating to local families , history of the floods and the shops in the High Street . It catalogues how the town has changed from its agrarian roots by the expansion of London County Councils housing...More

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Reviewed 31 August 2017

Visited here as part of the Wheels of Kent trail. Having been depressed by the run down nature of the high street this museum was a breath of fresh air. It is situated in some attractive old buildings and over two levels.It tells some of...More

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Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

Well why not go, find out a bit about the town really quite interesting. The staff are willing to impart there town knowledge

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Reviewed 11 July 2017

Well put together and interest place to discover local culture. You can view it in under an hour located in the Centre of Edenbridge close to Crown Inn and a Costa coffee and opposite a Allman an excellent butcher

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Reviewed 18 October 2016

You will be amazed with the amount of history you will find out about Edenbridge in here and then take a trail as we did which took all day and involved going to a few pubs.....which was nice

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Reviewed 12 October 2016

The museum building is a Grade II* listed timber framed house dating from 1380-1410. Known today as Church House, the building was originally known as Doggetts Farm until 1913 when Miss Geraldine Rickards converted it and then in 1921 she gave the house for community...More

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Reviewed 3 October 2016

After moving to the area my son and I popped into the museum one day after school It is filled with fun rooms to explore and lots to see. There is enough to keep a curious 5 year old busy for a good hour and...More

Thank Lise C
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Reviewed 26 July 2016

The museum is small but as a interactive historical museum it is first rate. The main theme is the local and surrounding area and deserves a visit by all ages

Thank razr41
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