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Harborough Museum
  • A tray of 'Haddon' typeface made in Market Harborough for printing
  • A row of shoes lasts from Mr Falkner's workshop, in Harborough Museum
  • Coins from the Hallaton Hoard
  • The drummer boy's jacket from the Market Harborough Volunteers
  • A close-up image of the Lubenham stable door
  • An embroidered strip of fabric
  • A medicine box with lots of glass vials and cork stoppers
  • Close-up photograph of Drummer''s Boy drum
  • A timber in Harborough Museum which advertises 'Foreign Spirituous Liquors'
  • A row of coat hooks mounted in Harborough Museum
  • A model ship on display in Harborough Museum

Visitor Notice

Focusing on the health and wellbeing of our staff and customers remains our top priority. In line with national guidance and government recommendations we will close Harborough Museum effective from 5pm on Wednesday 4 November.

Closing our museum, along with other heritage attractions across the nation, will mean tougher times ahead for those working in the tourism industry. We ask that you continue to support our attraction by rearranging your visit for later in the year or make use of our online catalogues and resources.

We’re all in this together and will make sure our approach continues to reflect the latest government guidelines. Keep up to date by visiting: www.gov.uk/coronavirus and follow our social media channels to hear the latest from us.

Our Exhibitions

Digital Activities

Museum from Home

Visit our our Trails and Activities page to download special crafts, online quizzes and trails.

Object of the Month

A photograph of pattens, iron shoes to help you raise your height

Pattens

Iron shoes to help out stand above the rest.

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Plan your visit

Opening hours

Closed until further notice

Explore

The Hallaton Treasure


One of the most important Iron-Age discoveries in Britain, at Harborough Museum

Highlights of Harborough


An online interactive map of Harborough featuring historic images and more

About the museum

The museum celebrates Harborough’s history as a centre of trade and industry

School sessions

KS1 & KS2 local history workshops led by Museum Educators

Facilities

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Toilets
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Accessible
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Parking

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Cafe
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Help points
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Assistance dogs welcome

Opening hours

Closed until further notice

Contact us

Send a message

Tel: 0116 305 3627

Address: The Symington Building, Adam and Eve Street, Market Harborough, LE16 7LT

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