Museum re-opens for 2014

Geodetic rods for water diviningBradford on Avon Museum opens after its short winter break at 2pm on Wednesday 15th January.

As usual, except for the seasonal festivities and the recent floods, the time has been used in general house-keeping like painting, cleaning and replacing worn labels. It has also been used to refresh some of the displays and to add a showcase for some of the items that the Museum has recently acquired. On display too are a few things that have rarely been seen before, like these geodetic rods that were designed by local archaeologist Guy Underwood for dowsing and water-divining.

The Museum’s winter season opening hours are Wednesday to Friday and Sunday 2pm to 4pm and Saturday 10.30am to 12.30pm. Admission is, as always, free of charge.

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