The Eden Valley Museum brings the history of the Eden Valley in Kent to life through the stories of its people, buildings and environment.
Located in an atmospheric medieval farmhouse in the heart of Edenbridge, our core collections consist of an extensive photographic and social history collection covering the Eden Valley area, incorporating the historic market town of Edenbridge and its surrounding villages.
Our permanent exhibits are enhanced by topical temporary exhibitions along with constantly changing smaller displays, children's activities, free guided walks and special events.
This local museum, at the heart of the community, is run primarily by volunteers under the guidance of a team of Trustees and with the support of more than 200 museum members and a variety of local organisations.
Eden Valley Museum
72 High Street
Supported by: Edenbridge Bonfire Society, Edenbridge Town Council, Eden Valley of Chamber of Commerce,
Great Stone Bridge Trust, D E Leigh, Stonewall Park Trust, J Surtees Ltd, Waitrose
© 2016 Eden Valley Museum | EDEN VALLEY MUSEUM TRUST | Registered Charity No 1065466