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Dean Heritage Centre

The Dean Heritage Centre remains closed at present and is asking for your help.

During the current pandemic the Dean Heritage Centre has had to close and as a visitor attraction and Cafe they will be affected for a long time to come.
If they had to close, the collection would reluctantly be dispersed around other museums. The Dean Heritage Centre receives no council funding for their research and collection costs but they are a community facility - holding onto and displaying our stories and artifacts from the past. Even if you cannot visit you can help ensure that they continue to do this into the future.

Please help by donating today. Even a Small amount helps. A regular amount will entitle you to a season ticket. Just click here

The Dean Heritage Centre also have some projects that they are raising money for that you might want to support.
Go to our 'Support us' page to find out about all the ways you could help to ensure The Dean Heritage Museum Trust is able to continue to protect, preserve and share the unique history and heritage of the Forest of Dean for future generations of Foresters and visitors to this beautiful area. 
About the Dean Heritage Centre
The Dean Heritage Centre is of Gloucestershire’s leading family attractions. Set in amongst five acres of stunning scenery, the centre is fully interactive and protects and preserves the unique history and heritage of the Forest of Dean.

There are a wide range of things to explore and discover with five on-site inter-active galleries exploring the history of the Forest, including a Victorian cottage, a Charcoal Burners Camp, a Waterwheel, a Beam Engine and much more! The centre also hosts special events, exhibitions and educational workshops throughout the year.

A woodland trail is based on the much loved children's book, The Gruffalo. Wander with the famous mouse as he makes his journey through the woodland surrounding the centre.

Explore Gloucestershire
28 June 2020

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