*Please note the site will be closed on the 25 and 27 June and 23 July*

The Museum tells the story of brick and tile making, one of the many labour-intensive industries once found in Somerset. The core of the Museum is the only traditional brick kiln remaining in the South West. It was one of six at the former Barham Brothers’ Yard in East Quay, Bridgwater, and was last fired in 1965.

Brick and Tile Museum

Bridgwater produced an impressive variety of bricks, tiles, terracotta plaques and other wares that created the look of many Somerset towns. The kiln is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and was saved from destruction in the 1990s.

Tiles Being Made

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Out of this world fun today at our first Space session! Even 50 years later we’re still keen to make our mark.
The next Space session is on the 27th August.
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One week to go! Make your own SPACE TILE at the museum.
First and last weeks of the Summer Holiday.

Tuesday 30th July and Tuesday 27th August 10:30 - 13:00 Drop-in.

Make an Space Tile! (take home later when fired)
Design your own out of this world creation, free flags to add, or design your own.
Pay what you think. Booking not required, 3+, no unaccompanied children, limited parking.
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30th July. Make your own SPACE TILE at the museum.
And the last week of the Summer Holiday.

Tuesday 27th August 10:30 - 13:00 Drop-in.

Make an Space Tile! (take home later when fired)
Design your own out of this world creation, free flags to add, or design your own.
Pay what you think. Booking not required, 3+, no unaccompanied children, limited parking.
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