Tuesday – Saturday
10am – 4pm
(Please check social media for last moment exceptions and changes)
We are closed for the Christmas period from 23rd December at 4.00pm until Tuesday 10th January 10.00am. From January the team will be back answering emails behind the scenes and preparing for the year ahead. We are doing a deep clean of the Museum and all of the artefacts and look forward to welcoming you back on the 10th January from 10.00am.
Get In Touch
Tel: 01934 621028
There is no entry charge to visit Weston Museum’s permanent galleries and most temporary exhibitions. Some national travelling exhibitions may have a small entry fee. Charges for additional activities or events will be advertised on the individual event information.
The Museum is free to enter, but should you wish to leave a donation we have donation boxes or we can take card/cheques at the front desk. We look forward to welcoming you when you visit.
We love to have groups of all sizes visiting Weston Museum, and we do ask that any groups over 10 pre-book a visit to ensure a safe and welcoming environment for all.
Please read our Group Visit Guidelines for more information.
To book a group visit, please email email@example.com.
We offer pre-booked activity packages that can be organised in advance. Some groups also prefer to book our hireable spaces or reserve a table or two in the café, and this can all be arranged with notice.
Car parking – There is on-street meter parking around the Museum. The closest car park is the Sovereign Centre.
Cycling – There is one bike rack outside the Museum.
Train – The train station is a 10min walk from the Museum. – Cross the road so the Tesco is behind you. Head down Alfend street which is almost opposite Tesco, then take a left onto Burlington Street and you’ll see the Museum.
Bus – There are buses that serve the local area for more information and a time table click HERE
Walking from the Pier – This walk will take 7mins. Head down Regents Street which is directly opposite the Pier. Once you see the bright yellow chicken mural start heading left down Meadow Street. You’ll then take the 4th left onto Orchard Street. Then look to your right for Burlington Street and you’ll see us.
Weston Museum is working towards being as accessible as possible. There is a lift for wheelchair users and those who cannot manage stairs to access the main upper floor galleries. Due to the nature of Clara’s Cottage being built in 1865, this part of the museum is unfortunately not completely accessible to wheelchair users due to narrow corridors and a staircase. For more information, head to our page on accessibility.
Clara’s Café offers a good range of delicious food & drink. From our homemade cakes and loose leaf tea to our varied light lunch options, you’ll be sure to find something you love! Opening times for the cafe are Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 – 15:00. For more information, please visit Clara’s Café page
Our gift shop is home to a variety of local suppliers, who each create something unique and handcrafted. We love to support local crafters, authors and producers, as it helps support Weston’s local economy. For more information on our shop, please visit the shop page.
Step back in time as you enter Clara’s Cottage. A traditional late Victorian home showcasing the history of Clara Payne, whose family lived there for many decades.