Ashford Museum

Heritage at the Heart of Ashford

Welcome to Ashford Museum Housed in a 17th century Grade II listed building, the museum is located in the Church Yard, at the Heart of Ashford's Town Centre, and features exhibits associated with Ashford's history.

The Museum holds its exhibits on two floors so there is plenty to see and learn about the town's past.



Opening Hours

From April to late October: 
Tuesday to Saturday, 11am until 2pm

From 4th November to 26th November:
Friday and Saturday, 11am until 2pm

To visit the Museum outside of normal times please contact the Curator. 

Visitor Experiences

'A fascinating place, with so much to see!'

'Kids thought it was interesting, it's been a very enjoyable visit.'

'A lovely museum!'

'Worth a visit. I will come again.'

'Informative, friendly & very interesting'.


Museum provides station photos

On 11th July photos etc., supplied by Ashford Museum, went on display at Ashford Railway station. They can be seen by all those vistors & general travellers on platform 5/6 in the waiting area.

Have fun exploring Kent's museums & heritage sites with Roamin' Rex.

Museum is one of 14 museums and heritage sites taking part in Wheels of Time. Come to the museum to collect your Wheels of Time badge.


New Heritage website for Ashford

To support Ashford Borough Council's Heritage Trail, Ashford Museum have launched a new website to form a source of information on the Borough of Ashford's Heritage Assets.
The site includes an online version of the Heritage Trail with links to pages about many of the buildings on the trail route.