Saxmundham Museum

open Free Admission 10am to 1pm
Monday to Saturday
until September 30th

Welcome to Saxmundham Museum

Saxmundham MuseumWe are in the heart of rural Suffolk, recording and preserving the history of Saxmundham, Kelsale-cum-Carlton and Benhall.

Open – April to September, 10:00am to 1:00pm, Monday to Saturday including Bank Holidays (except Good Friday).

Admission is free, but please make a donation if you’ve enjoyed your visit.

All donations go directly towards the upkeep of the Museum, buying artefacts and making improvements. We don’t have any paid staff.

2018 Season

We've had a very busy winter progamme of works. The end room has been decorated and transformed into a reference and local history resource.

Several essential maintenance task have been completed including an investigation into our roof, damp proofing, redecorating and re-carpeting.

The Green Room has a new display telling the (short) story of Saxmundham's very own Sports Car manufacturer.

Our new Reference and Local History Room contains many reference books, including a copy of the 1881 census, plus our interactive display with our collection of photographs, oral recordings and videos.

Quiz Night

Thanks to everyone who came to the Quiz Night!

Would you like to become a steward at the Museum?

The Museum's stewards play a very important role, if you feel you could spare some time and would like to know more please follow this link.

The History of the Museum

If you have any reminiscences of the early days of the Museum, Belinda Moore would love to know about them for a Museum history that she is writing with Richard Wills Crisp. Details are in this pdf. Please get in touch with Belinda if you can help – email

Become a Friend

We hold special events throughout the year.Become a FriendClick here for more information.

Please Donate

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Find us

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