Oundle Local History
Mill Road, Oundle, Peterborough PE8 4BW, UK
Oundle Museum is located in the former Courthouse of the beautiful stone built Market Town in Northamptonshire. The history of the town is evident from many of the current houses over 300 years old yet Oundle dates back to the Iron Age and can boast a rich history throughout the ages which are reflected in the Museum.
From the prehistoric to modern times Oundle Museum has much to offer including many exhibits from the Roman, Saxon and Medieval periods. Next to our permanent display gallery we have an exhibition room which changes each year so there is always something new to see.
Oundle Museum is an award winning Accredited Museum, wholly run by volunteers, with displays about our history from the prehistoric period to modern day. The Museum was officially opened in 1994, read more about the Museum History.
*To help publicise the Museum within the town and on social media.
*To assist with displays and exhibitions.
*Become a steward and work with a colleague to open the museum and meet, greet and assist visitors.
*Become a ‘Friend’ of the museum by making a small or large donation on an annual basis to help support the running of the Museum. You will be invited to special events and the opening evening.
To become a friend please fill in the form on our website https://www.oundlemuseum.org.uk/friends-donations
Email [email protected] or phone 01832 273796