Haddenham museum is located in the Old School Room behind the Methodist Church in the High Street.The museum is open on Tuesday mornings from 10 to 12 noon and on Sunday afternoons from 2 to 4.30 pm.
Arrangements can be made for group visits at other times and it is usually possible for visitors from afar to be welcomed out of opening hours. The museum is closed in January and February.
Entry is free
The museum contains donated articles that help to tell the history of the village. There are also books about the village and photograph albums that can be browsed at the reading table.
DVDs containing film clips going back for almost a century can be screened on request.
The museum is independent and is run entirely by volunteers. The running costs are covered by membership subscriptions, donations, and sales. The Museum was set up as a registered charity in 1998 and is governed by the Haddenham Museum Trust
The trust also publishes The Haddenham Chronicles. These are booklets about the history of Haddenham written by local contributors with expert knowledge in different subjects.The museum also sells other books, and maps, cards and calendars.
Museum members can give guided walks around the village and talks to groups by arrangement.
A slide show is held each year and the museum has a stand at several events in the locality. It is also highlighted in an article on the Haddenham Net web site.
A 5 minute video about Haddenham Museum can be found on Youtube.
The Old Schoolroom, Methodist Church, High Street