Accessibility

We are committed to making our museum and collections as accessible as possible and welcome enquiries from researchers who wish to inspect our collections. For our collections access policy follow this link (to be added).

All the interpretive information on the top floor of the museum is available here on our website, so that you can look at objects and learn more about them wherever you are.

We have large print brochures of information available at the museum.

We have an Induction Loop and a few signs in Braille. It can be quite dark in the museum due to the nature of the building and the need to protect some artefacts from the damaging effects of bright lights.

Wheelchair Access

The museum is an old Victorian cottage and therefore, unfortunately, there is no wheelchair access to the 1st floor. The ground floor rooms are small but it is possible to manoeuvre a wheelchair through them.
View our access statement here.