Woodbridge MuseumCommunity Heritage Building, Whisstock's Place, Tide Mill Way, Woodbridge, IP12 1FP, United Kingdom
Cultural Days Out - Museums
Tel 01394 380502
About Woodbridge Museum
Chronological displays trace the evolution of Woodbridge from an Anglo Saxon settlement, to a medieval market town, port and ship building centre and then a garrison town during the Napoleonic wars.
Woodbridge was the fourth largest in Suffolk in the early 1800's until arrival of the railway in 1859 took away much of the maritime trade.
The 1960’s saw the town expand considerably but its medieval heart remains intact making an ideal place to visit.
Don’t Miss: Thomas Seckford, the Tudor lawyer who was the father of British cartography, and Edward FitzGerald, the translator of the Rubáiyat of Omar Khayyám.
Please visit our website for more information including opening times.
- Open - Easter
- Disabled Friendly
- Guide Dogs Accepted
- Special Needs
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