Tempsford Museum & Archives

Open the first Sunday of the month 2pm-4pm

We send our grateful thanks to all our visitors and supporters over the past months and we wish you all a wonderful Festive Season and a Happy and Healthy New Year.

The museum is now closed for January and will re open on 6th February 2022  

The Exhibition for February will be

"FUN TIMES AT THE STUART MEMORIAL HALL"

with a selection of early to modern day photographs taken at various events in the Stuart Memorial Hall.        Also a selection of film will be on show of  events held in the hall & other items of film made over the years.

 

There will also be lots of permanent and portable exhibitions associated with Tempsford Village

And RAF Tempsford on display.

 

Our tea room will also be open selling a

Selection of Home Baked Cakes,

Tea, Coffee and Fruit Juice.

 

We are open 2pm till 4pm

Entry is £2.00. Children under 16 and Members free.

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Our Story

Tempsford Museum and Archive opened in July 2013. It houses a vast collection of memorabilia, artefacts, deeds, estate maps, newspaper articles, family papers, photographs, books and letters associated with the village of Tempsford, collected over more than 20 years by local amateur historian, Steve Cooney.

This combined with family papers and artefacts owned by the Gosling family whom have been in the village for over 400 years, means we have an extensive historical collection. 


Together Steve Cooney and Carole Gosling came up with the idea that the 
collection needed to be entrusted to a group of trustees to look after it for the long term future, and so the Museum and Archive was born