Bruton Museum

We tell the story of Bruton’s past and present through the display of artefacts from the Jurassic, Roman, Saxon and medieval times, along with more contemporary displays.  Domestic objects,  20th century shoes, the unique sculptures of WWII German refugee, Ernst Blensdorf and the writing desk used by the American writer John Steinbeck, who lived in Bruton in 1959, are highlights.

We also represent our community in our changing display CASESPACE, where we show contemporary art and collections.

Opening Hours

The museum is now open at the following times:

Tuesday 11-1
Friday 11-1
Saturday 11-3

26 High Street, Bruton, BA10 0AA

Visit Bruton Museum

Bruton Museum - What's on

What's On

What's On

Casespace is a museum case or two, sometimes a wall, where anything can be exhibited: it changes regularly...
Read More
Bruton Museum Support Us focus area

Support Us

Support Us

Become a Friend from just £10 a year, and receive a range of benefits including invitations to Casespace previews...
Read More
Bruton Museum - Contact us

what's on

Contact

Contact Bruton Museum and find out about how to find us, parking and other useful information...
Read More

Featured Event

Paula Carnell