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Dean Heritage Centre

Attraction in or near Cinderford -
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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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Features and Facilities

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

Forest Towns & Villages

Today - 14th December 2014
This exhibition gives visitors an introduction to the history of the Forest.

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