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Oundle Museum

Oundle Museum

Oundle Museum is an award winning Accredited Museum located in the town’s old Courthouse building. First set up in 1992 it moved to its current building in 2000. It is run entirely by volunteers, with displays about Oundle’s history from the prehistoric period to the modern day. The museum has much to offer including many exhibits from the Roman, Saxon and Medieval periods in the permanent display gallery. Here also you can take a virtual journey by train in the 1950s. Next to the permanent display gallery there is an exhibition room which displays a new theme each year, so there is always something new to see. Entrance is free and every year the museum has holiday and special events. Details will be found on our website and Facebook page.

Contact & Opening Times

The Courthouse, Mill Road, Oundle, Northamptonshire, PE8 4BW|
[email protected]|

The Oundle Museum can be contacted during opening hours in the Courthouse by email or by telephoning on 01832 272735

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Visitor Information & Facilities

  • Child friendly
  • Free parking
  • Group tours
  • Lift
  • The whole family
  • Young children

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