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Dean Heritage Museum

Dean Heritage Museum

Camp Mill
Cinderford GL14 2UB South West England UK
Tel: 01594 822170
Fax: 01594 823711
web : Dean Heritage Museum

24 Hour Information: 01594 824024

  • Recently re-opened after major refurbishment, now features a lift to all floors and fully accessible toilets to accompany the existing ramp to the first floor.
  • This woodland trail has recently been made fully accessible to wheelchair users.
  • Accessible Cafe
  • Ideal for a family day.

    The Dean Heritage Museum Trust is a charity active in safeguarding the heritage and culture of the Forest of Dean for the enjoyment and education of the community; now and for the future.

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    The Dean Heritage Centre is the place to go for an introduction to the history and culture of the Forest of Dean.

    Brand new galleries and displays take you from the origins of the woodland and landscape through Medieval history as a Royal Forest, to the industrial age of iron and coal.

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    See how Foresters, Freeminers and neighbouring farmers and tradesmen lived and shaped this unique area, which inspired the writings of Dennis Potter and others. Attractions include reconstructed Foresters Cottage, outside agricultural displays, pigs and chickens, cafe,craft shops, picnic area and barbecues.

    Opposite the centre is the starting point for a picturesque walk around Soudley Ponds. This woodland trail has recently been made fully accessible to wheelchair users. Ideal for a family day out.

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    Price of Admission

  • £4.50 Adult
  • £3.50 Concession
  • £2.50 Child

  • Opening Times
    British Summer Time: 10 am-5.30pm
    British Winter Time: 10am-4pm

    Closed 24th-26th December and 1st January

    How To Find Us
    The Dean Heritage Centre is located in the Forest of Dean on the B4227 at Soudley. It is within easy reach of Birmingham Bristol, Cardiff, Gloucester and Monmouth.

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