Woodhall Spa Cottage Museum:

The Woodhall Spa Cottage Museum is a joy to explore and packed with intriguing stories and displays about Woodhall Spa, the local area and the Wield family, who lived in the building from 1887 until the 1960’s.

The Museum building itself is an important Museum exhibit. It is a rare surviving example of a bungalow constructed of corrugated iron on a wooden frame that was erected in the late nineteenth century.

John Wield (1877-1965) was a keen photographer and his photographic collection is the basis of the Museum. The collection of images is a unique and valuable record of life in Woodhall Spa and includes images of both people and the local area.

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Recent news

22 March
Is it a decanter or what?
Laquered print, nice frame.
Valuable or not?
WW2 binoculars
in nice condition
complete with carrying case
Strawberry set
Complete with cream jug and sugar bowl
Nice early 00 metal trains
Pot containing coins sealed inside
You old fox!
Museum collection items
Jasper ware
Oak gate leg table with barley twist legs
Small and heavy but Craig manhandled it back to the car

Valuation Day 21 Mar 2017

A Valuation Day was held in the museum Community Room between 10 and 1 on Tuesday. A steady stream of visitors armed with their interesting items and heirlooms waited patiently for Craig Bewick, of Golding,
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21 February

Jobs Deadline Closed

The deadline for job applications has now closed and interviews for the positions set. Please click on the Jobs tab for more information regarding volunteering opportunities at the museum.
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6 February

High & Low Season Dates and opening times

High & Low Season Dates and opening times Open daily 10.30am to 4.30pm (High Season) Open daily 12.30pm to 4.30pm (Low Season) 1st April to 29th October Last admission will be 4pm High Season
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