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Blandford Town Museum


Blandford Museum houses and displays artefacts from Blandford Forum and the surrounding Villages.      

We are open every Monday to Saturday, 10:00 to 16:00 from 28 March until the end of October. Entry is Free.

The Blandford Fly - coming Monday 15 March at 7:30 to the Blandford Corn Exchange!

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First Thursday Talks 

This month's talk is on T.E. Lawrence

Meetings at  Blandford Museum

7.00 for 7.30. Free admission 

For more information please contact 01258 458911

or email 


The Blandford Museum's Last Friday in the Garden

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There will be no "Last Fridays" throughout the winter. We will be starting our new season in April 2016. The Next "Last Friday" in the Garden will take place on the 29th of April, 2016.This will be an opportunity to socialise and enjoy an end-of-the-week at the end-of-the-month drink in a lovely garden setting. Wine, Beer and Soft Drinks will be availableSee you there!


Visitors to the Museum 



The Museum was recently visited by Matthew Knight, who is currently doing research on an AHRC-funded project looking at the intentional destruction of Bronze Age metalwork in South-West England. He is co-supervised by Professor Anthony Harding (Exeter) and Dr. Joanna Bruck (Bristol). There is the intention to conduct experimental work as part of his study and to link it with significant theoretical concepts, such as agency and phenomenology.

The links below cover Matthew's visit to Blandford Forum and to the Blandford Museum and shows some of the material he studied while visiting us.

Matthew presents a lovely view of Blandford Forum and our Museum. His detailed results have been presented to the museum and we are grateful for this expert and detailed information on our Bronze Age artefacts.