Welcome to Henley‑in‑Arden
Museum & Heritage Centre.

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Henley-in-Arden Museum and Heritage Centre

The Centre

Located in the main High Street of this historic market town, the Heritage Centre is a museum of the town’s history from the Norman Conquest to the present day.

The Museum & Heritage Centre at Henley-in-Arden, near Stratford-upon-Avon, England is a unique facility made possible by the generosity of a former Lord of the Manor of Henley-in-Arden, Joseph Alexander Hardy of Pennsylvania and inaugurated by his daughter, Robin Hardy Freed, in November 1996.

Please take a look round our site. We look forward to welcoming you on a visit to the Centre very soon.

This Week in History

19th September 1932

On the 19th September 1932, Tudor Dairies (152 High Street Henley in Arden) was sold to Harry & Arthur Fathers by William G. Hewins. The original premises consisted of a small shop, dwelling house and backyard. Mrs Hewins' handcart for delivering milk was a regular sight before 1932. The cart is part of the collection at the Heritage Centre. By the mid 1930's Tudor Dairies had become famous for making and selling ice cream.

Photo: Tudor Dairies, 152 High Street c.1937

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Friday 29 May 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

The Heritage Centre is closed at the moment.

In accordance with the measures taken by the UK Government to reduce the risk of infection, the Heritage Centre will remain closed until further notice.

The Trust has an obligation to look after our volunteers, the majority of whom are classified as vulnerable, as well as our visitors.

The Trustees are continuing to review the situation in light of current government guidance whilst making preparations including Risk Assessments and will re-open as soon as it is safe to do so.

DUE TO CORONAVIRUS THE CENTRE WILL REMAIN CLOSED
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE