View our interactive map

Bruton Museum

Kings' Line What Is This?
Bruton Museum

26 High Street
BA10 0AA

01749-812294 during opening times
Opening Times

Open all year: Monday to Friday 11.00 to 13.00, Saturday 11.00 to 15.00

Closed Sundays & 24th December to 1st January inclusive

Other times can be arranged by appointment


Entry is free, but donations are welcome.

Site Type
Seasonal or All Year Round?
Additional Fee Information
Access Information
Time Periods

Celebrate centuries of life and work in Bruton. Here you can find everything from massive ammonites found in the gardens of the town to contemporary art. View 450years of digitalised Parish Registers.

Don't Miss!

The unique sculptures of Ernst Blensdorf, who used Somerset elm from local woodlands to create his swirling patterns and forms. Learn about American author John Steinbeck who lived here.
Stonehenge:there and back27th January 2018 - 31st March 2018

Jane Brayne has written and illustrated Archer, Journey to Stonehenge, a book for children. On show are original watercolour pages, working drawings and research material. Her book and some paintin...

Read more

Scroll for more

No volunteering opportunities are available at Bruton Museum. Find out more about volunteering here

No accommodation is currently listed. To advertise here contact us.


The Museum offers visits for schools and adult groups. Please contact the Museum for more information.


The Museum can assist researchers with enquiries about the collection, local history and family history. Please contact the Museum for more information.

Commercial Hire & Services

To enquire about using the museum space for your event, please contact the Museum for more information.