Dulverton Heritage Centre

Open seven days a week from Easter to the end of October, with free admission, it gives visitors and locals alike a taste of old Dulverton and the wider area.

Dulverton Heritage Centre is situated behind the Exmoor National Park Centre/Dulverton Library.

A varied program of short and longer term exhibitions mean there is always something to see. The working model of Dulverton Station in 1935 proves ever popular with our visitors as does a permanent exhibition telling the story of Exmoor’s wonderful Red Deer herd – at its centrepiece is a stunning diorama.  In total there are 6 individual rooms and a courtyard featuring photographic, film and oral archives – all used to help tell local stories.

Visiting local Artists and artisans hold regular events and exhibitions in the gallery over the summer season (see website www.dulvertonheritagecentre.org.uk/)

A series of local walks, speakers and events are organised throughout the season.



Exmoor's many and varied places to visit keep visitors more than happy. There's an endless choice of historic sites and glorious gardens, colourful family attractions and steam railway rides, craft workshops and wildlife parks as well as the acres of unspoilt countryside and coastline.

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