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Contact Sheppy's Cider and Rural Life Museum
- Opening Times
Open all year
Sun: 11:00-16:00 (July and August only)
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.
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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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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