Museum

Harborough Museum

Market Harborough
Free to all

The museum celebrates Market Harborough’s history as a centre of trade and industry at the crossroads between Leicestershire and Northamptonshire.

The museum reopened on the first floor of the historic Symington corset factory in spring 2014, after a period of refurbishment.

Visitor information

Address

Harborough Museum

The Symington Building, Adam And Eve Street, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16 7LT
01163 053627

Free to all

Opening times

Tue – Fri,10am – 6pm Sat, 10am – 4pm

Exclusions and safety measures

Face coverings are not required but advised when inside Harborough Museum. Hand sanitiser is provided around the museum.

Refurbishments

Harborough Museum, and The Symington Building which houses the museum, were both refurbished in 2014 and include accessible toilets, accessible level entrances, platform and passenger lifts.

Visitor information

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