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Much Hadham Forge Museum is set in Tudor buildings housing Nationally important wall paintings, an archive and local history galleries. Our diverse collections span the Bronze Age to the present and tell the story of The Hadhams and the surrounding hamlets. We have a working Blacksmiths forge and displays exploring the history of the craft. Our small tea room and gift shop doubles as an activity space. We offer a range of guided walks, workshops and loan boxes to groups. There is an admission charge to the main museum, however we present an annual free exhibition and access to our beautiful cottage garden is free. The museum is owned by the Hertfordshire Buildings Preservation Trust, a registered charity dedicated to the preservation of historically important buildings in the County. We need your help to continue to acquire, conserve, research, display and interpret important local objects for our collections and to expand our service to the community.

   

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Much Hadham Forge Museum is set in Tudor buildings housing Nationally important wall paintings, an archive and local history galleries. Our diverse collections span the Bronze Age to the present and tell the story of The Hadhams and the surrounding hamlets. We have a working Blacksmiths forge and displays exploring the history of the craft. Our small tea room and gift shop doubles as an activity space. We offer a range of guided walks, workshops and loan boxes to groups. There is an admission charge to the main museum, however we present an annual free exhibition and access to our beautiful cottage garden is free. The museum is owned by the Hertfordshire Buildings Preservation Trust, a registered charity dedicated to the preservation of historically important buildings in the County. We need your help to continue to acquire, conserve, research, display and interpret important local objects for our collections and to expand our service to the community.

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  • Sat, April 30 2022, 11:53 AM : For all our local followers, please keep an eye out for Max. He doesn't know his way around and may have found his own hangout by now, pls check your sheds etc.. https://t.co/EF4pDmIXrt
  • Sun, April 24 2022, 5:37 PM : Hahahahaha, this has definitely made us chuckle today! https://t.co/cb3sglyQge
  • Sun, April 17 2022, 12:07 PM : Ooooh, one of our supporters just won us a donation! It's completely free to enter and support a cause of your choice through #easyfundraising. Sign up for your chance to win - visit: ​​​and support us of course! https://t.co/3ungwPHgmc via @easyuk
  • Mon, April 11 2022, 2:00 PM : @cjfaraday We use the widest definition of "Free educational use" for our images, thanks to the common sense shown to us by @arthistorynews! Boo to the big guys who also charge us for using their images in exhibitions. We only want to show the connections between our collections and theirs.