Maidenhead Heritage Centre

Maidenhead Heritage Centre History:

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The history of Maidenhead Heritage Centre was started in April 1993 when the Maidenhead Historical and Archaeological Society joined hands with the Maidenhead Civic Society to built a site which would revive the historical events of Maidenhead.

Maidenhead Heritage Centre received instant popularity around Berkshire. In 1995, Maidenhead Heritage Centre was made free of control, influence and support making it an independent charity.

People who want to donate can use the Charity Registration No. 1045746 of Maidenhead Heritage Centre.

History, Artefacts, documents, Photographs, & Sound-Recordings:

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Maidenhead Heritage Centre mainly displays the ancient history of tribes such as a timeline of Roman civilization, preserved documents and photographs that provide us with a fortunate chance to peek into the fascinating historic times, and ancient artefacts.

If you’re looking for a place that can give you Goosebumps, start the day by visiting the Maidenhead Heritage Centre and we can assure it won’t disappoint you. MHC also has a section of war where it showcases remains or the WWII.

Maidenhead Heritage Centre & WWII:

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From River, Railway, Roads to communication and transportation, you can find the complete and detailed history of Maidenhead’s survival of centuries, displayed at Maidenhead Heritage Centre. There’s a flight simulator (fly in a Spitfire) for children, it is called the ‘little gem’ of the museum. Uniforms of RAF veterans and soldiers of WWII can also be found on display. The Spitfire simulator is amongst of many ATA (Air Transport Auxiliary) recognitions followed by defence systems, RAF operational stations, navigational aids and radio.

The goal of Maidenhead Heritage Centre is to promote history through visual education and so far, it has succeeded.

Facts about Maidenhead Heritage Centre:


Did you know?

Maidenhead Heritage Centre was known as ‘The Cricketers Arms’ until renamed in 2006 to the current name


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Getting to and from Maidenhead Heritage Centre:

Maidenhead Heritage Centre is 2 minutes’ walk away from Town Hall and Maidenhead High St. People who wish to spend a good quality and historical time, can use the following transport to get to Maidenhead Heritage Centre.

Travel to Maidenhead Heritage Centre by Train – Get in any train that has stops at following train stations and from there Maidenhead Heritage Museum is a few minutes away: Maidenhead Train Station SL6 1EW, Furze Platt Train Station SL6 7NX

Travel to Maidenhead Heritage Centre by Bus/Coach – use the following bus stations as drop-off locations to reach the Maidenhead Heritage Centre: Broadway SL6 1NJ, Library SL6 1QS, Bridge Avenue SL6 1YZ, and SL6 1LR

Travel to Maidenhead Heritage Centre by Taxi – Forget about hectic ways of travelling and book a taxi to Maidenhead Heritage Centre by Maidenhead Taxis & Private Hire who provides safe and reliable taxis in Maidenhead 24/7.

Contact Details of Maidenhead Heritage Centre:

  • Maidenhead Heritage Centre Address – 18 Park Street, Maidenhead, Berkshire, UK
  • Maidenhead Heritage Centre Postcode – SL6 1SL
  • Maidenhead Heritage Centre Contact Number – +44 1628 780555
  • Maidenhead Heritage Centre Opening Hours – 10 AM to 4 PM from Tuesday to Saturday, closed on Sunday and Monday

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