Bridgwater Blake Museum
Bridgwater’s Heritage
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 Museum is established: •	To rescue from loss or destruction the relics of our ancestors. •	To collect, preserve, conserve and to show relics of out history relating (principally but not exclusively) to Bridgwater and it’s 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 first 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.
Copyright © Bridgwater Blake Museum 2015
The museum is now closed for maintenance and other essential work. We are, however, open for research and other enquiries. These will only be dealt with on Mondays and Thursdays. Please phone or email your requirements. We reopen on Tuesday 29th March 2016
Bridgwater Town Council

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