The Agricultural Museum, Brook

The Museum is devoted to the history of agriculture in Kent and almost all the items on display were made and/or used in Kent. They are displayed in a magnificent 14th century Manorial Barn and an early 19th century oast house, and most of the collections from the time when horses, oxen and men provided the power on the farm. We also have a Victorian stable block which houses our office, toilet facilities and an education room where items can be displayed and various historical films can be shown.

The following additional information may be helpful:

1. Visitors with physical handicaps can usually visit most parts of the Museum, but the upper floor of the oast house may not be accessible to them.

2. We can offer some assistance to visitors with hearing problems but not currently to those with sight issues.

3. Unfortunately there is no public transport to bring visitors from the nearest rail station in Wye. There is some car park space adjacent to the Museum,but the passing road is wide enough to allow additional parking.

4. There is an excellent pub in the village about 400 yards from the Museum and next door to us is the beautiful and historic St. Mary's church.

Tickets available from this attraction

Saturday 6th April 2019

1.00-4.30 pm

35 tickets are available for each day and each ticket admits two visitors, or a family if necessary

35 Tickets 85 entries

Sunday 7th April 2019

1.00-4.30 pm

35 tickets are available for each day and each ticket admits two visitors, or a family if necessary

35 Tickets 85 entries

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