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.


Please make a donation to the museum.


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7 June
Colin partway through restoration
New Hood in progress
Gill Noble addressing the gathering
Volunteers in period costume
Patricia Duke-Cox telling the story
David Hill introducing Colin Skinner
Colin Skinner telling how he restored the Bathchair
Ladies’ stockings found in the seat padding
Alan Bent and Colin Skinner cutting the ribbon
Colin, Alan and costumed volunteers
Original Bathchair donor Peter Clark
Peter Clark and David Radford
David Hill taking a well earned rest!

Official unveiling of the restored Bathchair

Official unveiling of the restored Bath chair Friday 3rd June 2016 was the official unveiling of the Cottage Museum Bath chair after an extensive restoration undertaken by local volunteer Colin Skinner. In attendance were
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