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Dean Heritage Centre

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Set across a stunning and fully interactive five acre site, the Dean Heritage Centre protects and preserves the unique history and heritage of the beautiful Forest of Dean.

  • With a wide range of things to do and see, including five onsite galleries exploring the history of the Forest from the Ice Age to the present day.
  • A reconstructed Victorian cottage.
  • A charcoal burner's camp.
  • an adventure playground.
  • Chainsaw carving demonstrations.
  • A variety of animals. 
  • An onsite gift shop and cafe .

There's always something new and exciting to interest, inspire and surprise you.

With a full programme of special events, exhibitions, art shows and educational workshops across the year, it's a great day out for all the family.

 

General Admission Prices

Gift Aid Admission Prices

Non-Gift Aid Admission Prices

Adult: £8.00

Adult: £7.20

Concession: £7.00 (60+, F/T students, unemployed, disabled) 

Concession: £6.30 (60+, F/T students, unemployed, disabled) 

Children: £6.00 (3-16 years) Under 3: FREE

Children: £5.40 (3-16 years) Under 3: FREE

Family:

Family:

Two adults, two children (3-16): £25.00

Two adults, two children (3-16): £23.00

Two adults, 3 children (3-16): £30.00

Two adults, 3 children (3-16): £28.00

 

 

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Prices

AdultWith gift aid - £8, without £7.20
Concession (60+, F/T students, unemployed, disabled) With gift aid - £7, without £6.30
Children (3-16 years), Under 3: FREEWith gift aid - £6, without £5.40
Family - Two adults, two children (3-16)With gift aid - £25, without £23
Family - Two adults, 3 children (3-16)With gift aid - £30, without £28

Detailed Information

Set across a stunning and fully interactive five acre site, the Dean Heritage Centre protects and preserves the unique history and heritage of the beautiful Forest of Dean.

  • With a wide range of things to do and see, including five onsite galleries exploring the history of the Forest from the Ice Age to the present day.
  • A reconstructed Victorian cottage.
  • A charcoal burner's camp.
  • an adventure playground.
  • Chainsaw carving demonstrations.
  • A variety of animals. 
  • An onsite gift shop and cafe .

There's always something new and exciting to interest, inspire and surprise you.

With a full programme of special events, exhibitions, art shows and educational workshops across the year, it's a great day out for all the family.

 

General Admission Prices

Gift Aid Admission Prices

Non-Gift Aid Admission Prices

Adult: £8.00

Adult: £7.20

Concession: £7.00 (60+, F/T students, unemployed, disabled) 

Concession: £6.30 (60+, F/T students, unemployed, disabled) 

Children: £6.00 (3-16 years) Under 3: FREE

Children: £5.40 (3-16 years) Under 3: FREE

Family:

Family:

Two adults, two children (3-16): £25.00

Two adults, two children (3-16): £23.00

Two adults, 3 children (3-16): £30.00

Two adults, 3 children (3-16): £28.00

 

 

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Please mention the Tourism Association Special Offer when making a booking

Upcoming Events at Dean Heritage Centre

Landscapes of the Wye Valley

Today - 4th January 2015
An exhibition of oils and pastels by Dick Ray

Held at Dean Heritage Centre in or near Cinderford

Address
Soudley
Nr Cinderford
Gloucestershire
GL14 2UB
Call: 01594 822170
O/S Ref: SO 665 102

Directions

From the A48, Gloucester to Chepstow road, take B4227 to Lower Soudley.

  • Summer Opening Hours: 10am-5pm
  • Winter opening Hours: 10am-4pm
  • Open Bank Holidays except 24th-28th December
  • Open New Year’s Day: 11am-4pm