Museum:Leominster Folk Museum

Museum, free entry

Leominster Folk Museum Front

Leominster Folk Museum Front

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Etnam Street,


Leominster Folk Museum in Etnam Street, Leominster, Herefordshire, has collections of many displays and artifacts that illustrate local life and district.
Leominster Museum tells the story of Leominster and its people from pre Roman times to the present day. Exhibition areas at Leominster Folk Museum include a cider mill and press in the Victorian stable yard, and school room alongside the main gallery.

The museum also displays the results of local archaeological excavations and has a large collection of material relating to the Leominster-born Victorian artist, John Scarlett Davis.

Disabled Access: Ground Floor Only. Level 2. images of the collections on the upper galleries are available.

Opening details

Leominster Museum Opening Hours
April to November:
Monday to Friday 10.00am to 4.00pm
Saturday 10.00am t0 1.30pm
Sunday Closed


Free entry


See location of Leominster Folk Museum on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SO 498589  Lat: 52.22608 Long: -2.73634

From the tourist office in Corn Square, cross the square to School Lane from where the museum is visible on the other side of Etnam Street.