Blanford Town Museum is a local history museum with exhibits ranging from prehistoric to recent. There are displays on the history of Blandford, depicting the 1731 fire that destroyed the Mediaeval town, local businesses such as the forge and cobbler’s workshop, fossil remains from the area, a reconstruction of the Blandford railway station and goods yard, and a reconstruction of a Victorian kitchen. Adjoining the museum is the Victorian kitchen garden.
Closed temporarily due to Covid-19 pandemic
Daily from Easter weekend to October Half Term 10.30 to 4.30
School visits, visits to schools, education boxes, art competition.
Oral histories programme recording all aspects of Blandford life Lecture series, Railway Club, Garden Club, Art Club, student projects
|Toilets for Wheelchair Users|
|Wheelchair Accessability||Partial on the ground floor|
|Facilities for the Blind / Visually Impaired|