Founded in 1926, and still in its original building, Bridgwater Museum is situated in a quiet back street of Bridgwater. The museum is housed in the reputed birthplace of Robert Blake, Cromwell’s General-at-Sea. With the collections covering Bridgwater and the surrounding areas, we have fascinating displays waiting for you to discover.
**Museum will now be closing at 1.00pm on Saturday 1st November. Last entry will be at 12.00pm**
The links here will take you to our resources sister site where you will find details of our collections.
We offer opportunities to schools to have a themed learning experience. For details please email: Learning
The Museums collection of brick and tile making artefacts may be seen at the Somerset Brick and Tile Museum, East Quay, Bridgwater. Open Tuesday and Thursday, 10.00 am - 4.00 pm. Tel: 01278 426088 (Tues & Thurs) or 01823 347451 (Mon - Fri)
Blake Museum5 Blake Street, Bridgwater,Somerset TA6 3NBTel: 01278 456127Nearest bus stop: High Street or Bus & Coach Station.Railway Station: St John Street.Nearest Car Park: Dampiet Street (short stay) You can turn right from Taunton Road into Dampiet StreetWe are at the bottom of Blake Street, look out for the large museum sign.