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.
The first temporary exhibition for 2014 will beA Glimpse into Bridgwater’s PastFeaturing a selection of photographs reproduced from the museum’s extensive photograph collection.From Tuesday 1st April to Saturday 26th April 2014MUSEUM IS CLOSED ON GOOD FRIDAYOpen as normal on Saturday.Open 10.00am - 4.00pm Tuesday to Saturday.Last admittance 3.00pmTelephone 01278 456127
The launch of the Irene 1907, the last ship to be built at Carvers Yard
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.