Visiting Nantwich Museum

Visiting Us

Visiting Nantwich Museum

We are reopening on Friday 18th September 2020, and look forward to welcoming visitors once more.

The Museum will be open on Friday 18th, Saturday 19th and then Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays thereafter (10.30 am – 4.30 pm; last admission 4.10 pm).

Some changes have been made to make your visit as safe as possible. You need to pre-book your visit by phoning the Museum on 01270 627104 for slots which start at 10.30 am. This means that there will be plenty of space to explore and enjoy the collections.

Enjoy our temporary exhibition, Personal Voices by Breakaway Textile Group, which has now been extended until the end of the year.

We look forward to seeing you.

Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions to find out more about the measures that we have in place to make you and our team safe. If you have a question which is not answered, please do contact us at

Covid-19 Risk Assessment

Getting Here


Nantwich bus station is a six minute walk away (0.3 miles).  For times and routes please click here.


The nearest long stay car park is on Love Lane (about a minute away. For more parking information please click Car Parks in Nantwich.


Nantwich Railway station is a four minute walk away (0.2 miles). There are direct services to Manchester, North and South Wales, and Birmingham.  It’s only one stop to Crewe Station, for fast connections across the country.


Food and Drink

Food and drink is not available at the Museum itself, but there are numerous places to get refreshments just a few seconds away in Nantwich.

Toilets and Baby Changing

We have toilets and baby changing facilities in the museum.

View a plan of the museum here.

Nantwich is fortunate to have had many fine historic buildings. Today the town has 132 listed buildings and structures, with three classified as grade I, seven as grade II* and 122 as grade II.

We are lucky to have a lot of detailed artefacts and records that tell us more about the history of Nantwich. We want to digitise as much as possible, to help make this information available to a wider audience.


Nantwich Museum has achieved full accreditation under the Arts Council England scheme.