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Opening Times

Summer (1 April to 31 October)

Museum

Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-5pm (Mondays on Bank and school holidays)

Shop

Tuesday-Friday: 9am-5pm (Mondays on Bank and school holidays)
Saturday-Sunday: 9.30-5pm

Cafe

Opening hours:

Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm (Mondays on Bank and school holidays.)

Please note that the museum will be closed to general visitors from 26-28 July 2024 for Primadonna Festival.

 

Winter (1 November – 31 March)

Museum

Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-4pm (Mondays on Bank and school holidays)

Shop

Tuesday-Friday: 9am-4pm (Mondays on Bank and school holidays)
Saturday-Sunday: 9.30-4pm

Cafe

Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-3.30pm (Mondays on Bank and school holidays)

 

Prices

Adult £15.00
Concession £13.00
Child (ages 4-16) £10.00
Child (Under 4) Free
Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) £45.00
Family (1 adult and up to 3 children) £30.00

When purchasing a day ticket you can upgrade to an annual pass at no extra cost, which entitles you to unlimited visits to the site for 12 months! 

 

Booking

Tickets can be purchased in our shop on the day of your visit, or online in advance.

Standard tickets – one day entry click here

Annual pass – for the same price as a day ticket, an annual pass allows re-entry to the museum for 12 months (not including workshops or ticketed events)click here

Membership – as well as entry to the museum for 12 months, a membership entitles you to free or discounted entry to workshops and events, 10% discount in our shop and more find out more here

Membership

For more benefits, including priority booking and exclusive access, you can upgrade to a Membership or become a Supporter. Not only will you be helping the work we do here, you’ll be maximising what you get from the Food Museum. Memberships start from £30. For more details and FAQs, visit the Membership page.

Carers

Registered carers are given free entry when visiting with the person they care for.

Dogs

Dogs on leads are welcome at the museum and in all buildings apart from Abbot’s Hall, Crowe St Cottages, Bone Building and Alton Watermill, with the exception of assistance dogs which are welcome throughout.