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Statue of King Alfred

Pewsey Heritage Centre - Visitor Information

Pewsey Heritage Centre's collection reflects the past life and times of the people of the beautiful Vale of Pewsey, set in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside. Housed in part of an old foundry, the Centre can be found right in the heart of Pewsey village.

Opening Times
The Heritage Centre is currently closed and will open from March 29th 2017 until the end of November, unless otherwise advised.
Monday to Saturday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday: Closed
There are no toilet facilities at the centre
The Centre Building is easily accessible by wheelchair or electric buggy


Disabled Access

Pewsey Heritage Centre is fully accessible for wheel chair and small electric buggy users. There are no steps or slopes outside the entrance.

Car Parking

Car parking is available free of charge in the Co-Op car park 100 metres across the High Street. Disabled parking adjacent to the Centre is available by prior arrangement.


The nearest public toilets are 250 metres away in the Bouverie Hall car park, North Street, Pewsey.

For more information about Pewsey, please visit the Pewsey website at:

Entry: Adults 2.00
           Children 11-18 1.00
           Under 11s Free!

Pewsey Heritage Centre
Avonside Works
High Street

Manager: Mr. Mike Asbury

Telephone: 01672 562617

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Pewsey Heritage Centre Tel: 01672 562617