Wootton Bassett Museum
The museum is in housed in the half timbered town hall. The building has an upper storey supported on 15 pillars. It was a gift of the Hyde family (Earls of Clarendon) and was built c1700. The building was extensively restored in 1889, and was Grade II listed in 1955.
Wootton Bassett Museum includes a photographic collection covering life in Wootton Bassett during the 19th and 20th centuries. Objects in the collection include a ducking stool dating from 1686, geological items, stocks, and a whipping post.
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