The Museum was established:
• To rescue from loss or destruction of the ancestors.
• To collect, preserve, conserve and to show relics of history relating (principally but not exclusively) to Bridgwater and its immediate surroundings.
• To show visitors that it is not indifferent to its own history.
• To interest visitors in what has happened to Bridgwater since it was granted its Royal Charter in the reign of King John.
• To give the townspeople a pride in their past.
• To reveal that great events have taken place within the town and adjacent areas and set them in the context of the history of England.
• To honour the lives of great men and woman who have been associated with the town, and, in particular but not exclusively, Robert Blake.
|Museum (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|
* Tuesday - Saturday
10.00am - 4.00pm (last admittance at 3.00pm)
From April - November
Entry is free