Wadebridge & District Museum

Wadebridge and District Museum

The museum houses a large collection of photographs of Wadebridge and District and is gathering additional artefacts for the collection, including a number of items actually manufactured in Wadebridge. Our Museum opened on 28th September 2013, part of the new Trebur House development at the corner of Cross Street and Chapel Lane in Wadebridge.

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Admission & prices


Admission free

We would however appreciate a donation towards our expenses

Opening hours, including most Bank Holidays:
11 am to 1 pm Monday to Saturday

Find us

From Molesworth Street, the main pedestrianised street, in Wadebridge:
at the Bookshop near the top of Molesworth Street, turn uphill on the sidestreet (Cross Street) and the Museum is dead ahead.

Museum news

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    Museum Re opening

    In line with the relaxation of Government Covid lockdown measures, we have re-opened the museum on 17th May......

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  • When Wadebridge Steamed Ahead!

    When Wadebridge Steamed Ahead!

    Did you know that Wadebridge had a railway service ahead of London? In 1834, there were only a handful of railway companies in the whole of the world and The Bodmin and Wadebridge Railway was one of them......

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  • Wheelchair access
  • Childrens activities

We are just off the Molesworth Street pedestrianised area which has plenty of shops and cafes. There is limited on-street parking in the vicinity and larger car parks are within a few minutes walk. We aim to be dog friendly.


We have a selection of 20-piece jigsaws for sale, price £4.50, featuring views of old Wadebridge.

There is also a sample jigsaw at the museum to keep our younger visitors occupied.

Trebur House,
Chapel Lane,
PL27 7NJ

T: 01208 812771 or 01208 813612
E: wadebridgemuseum@gmail.com

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Wadebridge and District Museum

Trebur House,
Chapel Lane,

Wadebridge, CORNWALL PL27 7NJ