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This map pinpoints some of the most exciting cultural venues in Hampshire.

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Andover Museum

The museum is a former town house c1750, visited by Jane Austen

Andover from prehistoric times to the present day. Enjoy an exciting programme of temporary exhibitions, including art, craft, photography, history and more... visit the museum and then relax in our coffee shop.

Natural History and Archaeology

Dioramas, woolly mammoth bones, stone tools and local fossils. Archaeological finds include a Bronze age hoard and Saxon grave goods. Discover the legendary Cockatrice and see a rare Medieval ivory figurine of the Virgin and Child.

An Age of Improvement?

Industries such as banking and brewing flourished, making some families prosperous, meanwhile the chronic shortage of work led to riots and swift punishment, as illustrated by our town stocks. Be prepared if you open the cupboard.

From Victoria to Elizabeth II

The 1846 scandal of the Andover Workhouse and the history of Weyhill sheep Fair are just two of the subjects covered, including including Tasker’s Ironworks of Anna Valley. The Shop window has changing displays of objects.

Museum of the Iron Age

In the same building, the Museum of the Iron Age tells the story of Danebury hill fort which lies to the south west of Andover. The hill fort is one of the best studied sites of the British Iron Age.

Resources Room

Public internet access computer plus selection of research material.


Andover Museum
6 Church Close
SP10 1DP Andover

Opening Times

  • Tue to Fri, 10am–5pm
  • Sat, 10am–4pm
  • Last entry 1/2 hour before closing

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