The site consists of a 14th century barn, an early 19th century oasthouse and a former stable block now converted to give an office, toilets and an education room with relevant equipment. Most of the collections date from the time when the power on the farm was provided by oxen, horses or people, though there are one or two slightly more recent items. The specialist nature of the museum, combined with its rural location (with no public transport) does result in rather low visitor numbers, but a large proportion of those who do come to us leave delighted with what they have seen and the information provided.
- Currently not planning to open in 2020.
- Cost: Adults £2.50 (discounts £1.50); Children 14 and under free
- Telephone: 01304 824969 (Curator)
- Website: www.agriculturalmuseumbrook.org.uk
- Facebook: AgriculturalMuseumBrook
- Twitter: @BrookMuseum
The Street, Brook, Ashford, TN25 5PF (Next to St Mary’s Church)