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Sheppy's Cider and Rural Life Museum

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Sheppy's Cider and Rural Life Museum
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Three Bridges
Bradford-on-Tone
Taunton
Somerset
TA4 1ER

Telephone
01823 461233
Website
www.sheppyscider.com
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Opening Times

Open all year
Mon-Fri: 08:30-18:00
Sun: 11:00-16:00 (July and August only)

Pricing

Adults: £3.00
Children: £1.50
Concessions: £2.50
Groups: £2.00 per person (coach parties only)

Site access is free, admission only applies to museum

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Get a taste of Somerset's most famous export, cider, at this working farm and orchard. Discover how cider is made and learn more about rural crafts.

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An ancient solid oak screw used for pressing apples. Once built into the structure of a gloomy Somerset cider house, it's a magnificent hand-made piece of cider history.

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Learning

School visits are encouraged from nursery upwards and can be guided at a small charge or self-guided. It is especially good to visit during apple harvest and cider-making period. Please contact the Museum for more information.

Commercial Hire & Services

The Museum has a function room within the Tea Rooms which is available to hire. To enquire about using the space for your event, please contact the Museum.


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