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Bruce Castle Museum

Welcome back - we're open!

We are delighted to say that our Museum Galleries, Search Room and Schools Programme have reopened to the public.

To find out more about our exhibitions and events, please visit our new Bruce Castle Museum and Archive website.

For the safety of all visitors and staff, we would encourage visitors to still wear masks when visiting the Museum and Archive, unless exempt. For your reassurance staff will be wearing masks when on duty. Hand-sanitisers are also located around the museum for visitors to use.

To book an appointment for the Archive Search Room or to enquire about our schools programme, please email museum.services@haringey.gov.uk.


Opening hours

Bruce Castle Museum

  • Wednesday to Sunday 1 to 5pm

Admission is free.

Search Room 

  • Wednesday to Friday 10am to 12.30pm and 1.30 to 4pm 
  • Every second Saturday of the month 10am to 12.30pm and 1.30 to 4pm

Please check our Archive and Local History page to find out how to book your visit

The Museum and Archive are always closed on 25 and 26 December, 1 January, Good Friday and the summer bank holidays.

Additional closures will be displayed in advance on this page. 

Visiting groups including schools may book to visit at other times - please contact us at museum.services@haringey.gov.uk for more details
 


What's On


Plan your visit

Find us

Bruce Castle Museum, Lordship Lane, Tottenham, N17 8NU

Contact us

Email: museum.services@haringey.gov.uk

Telephone: 020 8489 4250

How to get here

Overground: Bruce Grove station

Underground: Seven Sisters

Buses: 318 to Enfield and Haringey Magistrates Court or 149, 259, 279, 341, 349 or 476 to Lordship Lane.

Car: parking is available in a small car park behind the museum, the entrance is on Church Lane

Bicycle: bicycles can be secured near the round Tudor tower at the front of the museum.

Disabled access

There is same-level access to the Museum via the front entrance and also a ramped entrance from the car park. The ground floor has same-level access to all areas. There are 24 stairs or a stair-lift to the first floor.

Wheelchair access to toilet facilities is possible on both floors.

Assistance dogs are welcome.

Large print information is available upon request and touch tours are by appointment.

Weddings and room hire

Online Exhibitions 

Sharing our heritage 

Page Last Updated:

July 18, 2022

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