The museum is a treasure trove of quirky objects and artefacts telling the story of life in Mid Devon.

The museum is a bit like a tardis and our visitors are often amazed at the size and variety of our collections! We encourage you to allow at least an hour for your visit, with the last recommended entry at 3pm.
Download our museum leaflet to see a floor plan and for more visitor information.

We are a dog-friendly museum and we welcome your well-behaved pet and assistance dogs. Dogs must be kept on a short lead.
All we ask is for you to respect other visitors and keep your dog on a short lead and under control at all times. Please bear in mind when visiting with your dogs that we are also family friendly and often welcome families with young children into the museum.
We have a water bowl available in the yard.

Have a look at our Visitor Safety page for more information about what we’re doing to keep our visitors and volunteers safe and what to expect from your visit to the museum.

A woman sitting with a dog on her lap

How to find us:

Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life
Beck’s Square,
Tiverton,
Devon
EX16 6PJ
Map

The exterior of Tiveton Museum

We are just a few minutes walk from the main bus station. There is a short stay pay and display car park right outside our door (blue badge holders must pay but are given a one hour extension on the ticket’s expiry time). We are only a few minutes from the long stay multi storey car park.