Exhibitions at The Brampton Museum

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Open Tues-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 1:30-5pm

About The Brampton Museum

In beautiful Brampton Park less than half a mile from the town centre lies Newcastle-under-Lyme’s local history museum featuring over 2000 years of Borough history. Set in verdant parkland Brampton Museum has something for everyone. Alongside the temporary exhibitions programme in The Jim Wain Courtyard Gallery, there are galleries depicting the rich and diverse history of the area.




The Brampton Museum will be home to Neil Brownsword’s exhibition Obsolescence and Renewal.



Travel & Parking

  • An Uber or Taxi is £6-8 from Stoke-on-Trent train station
  • Closest bus stops are York Street or Granville Avenue
  • The Brampton Museum is located in Brampton Park in Newcastle-under-Lyme just off of the A53
  • There is a small car park outside the museum
  • There are two more car parks at Brampton Park with free 4-hour parking. One is at the end of the drive to the museum, just off the main road, and the other is near the play equipment




  • There are two blue badge parking spaces directly outside the museum
  • There is one entrance for visitors outside the sandpit play area at the side of the museum building when approached from the front car park. The entrance can be approached by three steps or a ramp with a gradient suitable for wheelchairs
  • Large automatic double doors provide entrance to the building
  • There are two accessible toilets available