Wareham, Dorset, United Kingdom
We are in the heart of Wareham by the main traffic lights and Town Hall
(Click Location tab above)
Open Monday to Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Sorry, we are closed on Sundays
Open from: Saturday 24th July 2021
Season ends: Saturday 30th October
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Wareham Town Museum
A 19 min video about the museum and its artefacts which is also available in the museum for visitors to see.
The museum is fully
accessible to wheelchair users
For recommendations click:
Site updated: 23 September 2021
Original site launched March 2004
Site expanded and redesigned May 2016
Wareham Town Museum tells the story of the Wareham area from prehistoric times to the present day. It has a special section on Lawrence of Arabia and is regularly updated with new exhibits.
The Museum is supported by Wareham Town Council and is run by volunteers who endeavour to maintain the advertised opening hours.
New volunteers are always welcome! Interested? Click here!
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Admission is absolutely free!
We are, of course, always happy to accept donations
if you have enjoyed your visit! Donations Boxes are by the museum door
Click HERE to see our Coronavirus Risk Assessment Rules for limited entry
We are now Open from Mondays to Saturdays (closed Sundays) for six hours between 10 am and 4 pm. Entry will be limited to only six people or a bubble, and we must still ask visitors to sanitise hands, register with the QR code or leave contact details, and wear masks. Season ends 30th October.
Also a family or classroom bubble are welcome to book a special time in order to have a 'private viewing' of all our exhibits and to meet a volunteer to answer any questions they may have. See our Contact Info page HERE.
Thank you for your understanding. We hope that current restrictions will be lifted soon when our doors will once again be open to any number of visitors.