Access and parking
Avoncroft Museum is a 19-acre open-air site of historic buildings.
The buildings are linked by wide gravel paths and there are well positioned benches around the grounds. The site is mostly flat, although there is one steep hill to the ice house.
Avoncroft Museum is constantly working to improve the accessibility of the Museum and we always endeavour to meet our visitors’ requirements. If you have any specific requests or for more information please use our online contact form or call 01527 831363.
Read our Accessibility Statement below.
The Museum has ample free parking and an overflow parking area for use on busier days. Disabled parking bays are available close to the Museum entrance.
Well-behaved dogs are allowed to visit the Museum grounds but must be kept on leads at all times. Service dogs are welcome at the Museum including the Edwardian Tea Room.