Harborough Museum

How to find us

The museum is centrally located within Market Harborough with many local cafes and restaurants.

Harborough Museum and Market Harborough Library are on the first floor of The Symington Building, a former corset factory in the centre of Market Harborough.

The entrance to The Symington Building is on Adam and Eve Street.

The Museum is between a 10 and 15 minute walk from Market Harborough Train Station, 5 minutes from bus stops in The Square and close to numerous car parks in and around the town centre. The closest car park is Symington Way or Fox Yard for disabled visitors (additional information).

For travel information please visit the Choose How You Move website to plan your journey.

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The Vamping Horn

The Vamping Horn

Can you guess the connection with Easter and the Vamping Horn?

Bellarmine Bottle

Bellarmine Bottle

Read about this ‘witch bottle’ or bellarmine bottle, found at the Peacock Hotel.

Market Harborough Heritage Trail

Market Harborough Heritage Trail

Explore 800 years of Harborough’s history.

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Logos for the partners of Harborough Museum including Harborough District Council, Leicestershire County Council, Market Harborough Historical Society and supported by Market Harborough and the Bowdens Charity

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