Eden Valley Museum

Eden Valley Museum


The Eden Valley Museum is housed in the third oldest building in Edenbridge. It was built about 1380 just after the Black Death, a deadly plague brought by rats, and used to be a farm where they grew corn, hops and fruit and kept cows.

After various other uses it now houses permanent displays which are enhanced by topical temporary exhibitions, along with constantly changing smaller displays, children’s activities, free guided walks and special events.

It is well worth visiting the Museum, which is free to go into – for up-to-date information check their website.

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