The Museum is housed in a two storey weather boarded building.  It is one of the last of its kind in Tenterden, representing of a type of industrial building common in the area in the latter part of the 19th century.  Inside, you can explore the industrial, agricultural and social history of the town and its surrounding area.

  • Things to do:
    Dive into the archives with our easy access interactive system which holds a wealth of unique information for project research. Make history relevant by finding out first hand what it was like to live in Tenterden & District during pre-history, the Romans, Tudors, Georgians and Victorian eras.
Tenterden Museum E-badge

Even if you can’t visit you can earn our e-badge by answering questions about our 360 video tour of the Museum then logging in and entering the code revealed on the Wheels of Time My E-badges page.

Open: refer to website for opening hours and costs

  • Opening Times:
  • Good Friday or 1st April whichever is the soonest,
    to end of June
    • Daily, 1.30pm to 4.30pm
  • July to first weekend in October
    • Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 4.30pm
    • Sundays and Mondays, 1.30pm to 4.30pm
  • Cost:
    Adults £1.50
    Over 60’s £1.00
    under 18’s and students with a valid student card free
  • Telephone: 01580 764310
  • Website: www.tenterdenmuseum.co.uk
  • Facebook: Tenterden-and-District-Museum

Tenterden Museum, Station Road, Tenterden, TN30 6HN