Haslemere Educational Museum

8 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

November 20, 2021
A real cave of wonders, well worth a visit! Beautiful garden too and lovely gift shop.
Sue & Russell
Sue & Russell
October 9, 2021
A small Museum with a lot of local history
July 20, 2021
Wonderful collections. Great for children
October 18, 2020
Excellent small museum with shop and cafe area. Rucksacks for kids with more things to discover and lovely gardens with a glass sided beehive to observe. Views across the countryside and NT land with footpaths. They offer workshops, talks and holiday activities with local artists sometimes in…
January 30, 2020
So much to see in this little museum in Haslemere. Brilliant!

Unique things to do nearby

Pottery Classes and Workshops
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  2. 2.5 hours
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Point of Interest
“Grayshott is surrounded by lots of National Trust land, heathland and commons. From the back garden, there are walks over Bramshott and Ludshott commons plus the popular picturesque Waggoners Wells Lakes are a short walk. The Punchbowl is unique and close by too. Whether you enjoy long walks, or short gentle ambles, the Punchbowl has a walk for you. It has spectacular long distance views over the 'crater'. On a good day Canary Wharf in London catch your eye in the distance and the lights from the flights coming into Gatwick twinkle. There is a great National Trust café which serves anything from tea and a cake to something more substantial. Alternatively, take a picnic to eat at one of the benches. A favourite of many is to buy Fish and Chips from the local 'chippie' then eat them at the Punchbowl. It is a must visit for groups, individuals, young and old as well as super fun for doggies.”
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78 High St
Haslemere, England GU27 2LA
Phone01428 642112