Visit us

The front entrance of Weaver Hall Museum and WorkhouseWeaver Hall Museum & Workhouse
162 London Road
Northwich
CW9 8AB

01606 271640

Opening hours

Tuesday to Friday: 10am-5pm

Saturdays, Sundays & Bank Holidays: 2pm-5pm

Closed: Monday 23rd December 2019 – Friday 27th December 2019 and Monday 30th December 2019 – Wednesday 1st January 2020

We can open for schools and other groups outside of the main opening times by arrangement. For more information on out-of-hours bookings or for group visits please contact weaverhalladmin@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk or call 01606 271640.

 

Admission charges

Adult: £3.50
Concession: £2.50
Child: £1.80
Family (2+2): £8.00
Pre-booked groups: £2.50 per person

Season Tickets are also available for regular visitors. There is free admission to view the latest special exhibition or to visit the gift shop or coffee shop.

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By car

The museum is situated on the A533 (London Road) about half a mile south of Northwich town centre. It is well signposted (follow the brown signs) from the A556 and is approximately a 30 minute drive from Chester and 40 minutes from Liverpool and Manchester. If you are approaching from the town centre, make sure you indicate and turn right immediately after passing under the railway viaduct. We have a large free car park which can accommodate coach parties.

Access information

The museum is fully accessible with designated disabled parking bays, accessible toilets, a lift to the first floor and a hearing induction loop in the mini-cinema.

You can download our full access guide below:

Shop and coffee shop

The museum has a well-stocked shop with local books, postcards, DVDs and attractive souvenirs. We have a coffee shop with a selection of hot and cold drinks, biscuits and flapjacks. There is a pub next door for those looking for hot food.

Research

Students and local history researchers are welcome to make use of a wide range of resource material by appointment. The Mary Rochester library in the museum contains books and articles on the local history of the area and the salt and chemical industries in Cheshire. The library is named after one of the early curators of the museum who built up a wealth of resources connected to the salt industry in Cheshire.