Leominster and its surrounding villages has a fascinating history.

Leominster Museum tells the story of Leominster and its people from pre Roman times to the present day. The collection comprises artefacts, pictures, photographs, postcards and documents, including an important collection of paintings and drawings by famous Leominster Victorian artist John Scarlett Davis.  Our 2017 season will feature a range of new and rearranged displays.  The museum archive is available for research purposes, and the museum has education as the core of its activities.

Coloured triangles making multicoloured start - HEREFORD CITY OF CULTURE 2021

We are proud to support the Hereford Cultural Partnership and their other backers in their bid to make Hereford - representing both the city and the whole county - the 2021 UK City of Culture.  Please visit their website and lend your support as well!


Tools on display in the stable block   Tools on display in the stable block
Tools on display in the stable block   Tools on display in the Cider Mill

The museum has full disabled access to the ground floor, except that the toilet facilities are not currently wheelchair-accessible. Information on exhibits in the west gallery is available on the ground floor; from 2017 the south gallery is closed to the public, so as to create more storage and curatorial working space.