Museum

All-new displays tell the story of Woodbridge and its surrounding area.

Open seven days a week, 1st April to 31st October 10.30am – 4.30pm (last admission at 4.00pm).
Through winter, 1st November to 31st March the Museum is open Saturday and Sunday, 10.30am - 3.30pm
Visits at other times can be arranged by phoning 01394 380502. Free admission.


All-new displays tell the story of Woodbridge and its surrounding area by focusing on the lives of a selection of local people, from Tudor times to the present-day. Some, like Thomas Seckford and the Lockwoods, have left us a legacy that includes some of the town’s most iconic buildings. The artist Thomas Churchyard and the surveyor Isaac Johnson have drawn and painted and measured the landscapes of two centuries ago and they too have left their record.

The museum shop has a wide range of souvenirs, books and postcards reflecting the local area. There are also a large number of pamphlets on the history of the town and its inhabitants.

Website: https://woodbridgemuseum.com/ 

Email: enquiries@woodbridgemuseum.com