Museum Re-opening: Following the latest government guidelines Bentley Priory Museum reopened on Saturday 18th July 2020. Pre-booked tickets are required for entry.
Open Wednesdays and Saturdays, 10am – 4.30pm
We will also be open specially on Bank Holiday Monday 31st August.
Opening times are subject to change.
Our admission tickets include the option of a 10% voluntary donation on single admission to enable the full admission price to be Gift Aided.
Annual Membership tickets are also available, giving visitors unlimited entry to the Museum and the Museum’s Café for 12 months*.
Annual Membership tickets can also be Gift Aided (without an additional 10% donation).
|Single Admission (including optional 10% Gift Aid)||Single Admission (without optional 10% Gift Aid)||Annual Membership|
|HM Forces/Museums Association Member||£5.50||£5.00||£12.00|
|Child (Aged 5 and under)||Free||Free||Free|
|Family Ticket A (1 adult + 1-2 children)||£13.20||£12.00||£26.00|
|Family Ticket B (1 adult + 3 children)||£17.60||£16.00||£33.00|
|Family Ticket C (2 adults + 1-2 children)||£22.00||£20.00||£42.00|
|Family Ticket D (2 adults + 3 children)||£24.20||£22.00||£45.00|
Admission is free for carers/companions.
Gift Aid enables registered charities to reclaim tax on donations made by a UK taxpayer.
Single Admission to the Museum now includes the voluntary donation of 10%, which enables tax to be reclaimed on the whole ticket price – that’s 25p on every £1.
Annual Membership to the Museum can also be Gift Aided (with no additional voluntary donation needed).
To Gift Aid Your Ticket
If you would like to Gift Aid your admission ticket, please say ‘Yes’ when you are asked at the Reception Desk.
By saying ‘YES’ when asked if you wish to make a Gift Aid donation when you visit, you will be making the following declaration:
‘I would like Bentley Priory Museum to treat my admission as a gift aid donation. I confirm that I have paid an amount of UK income tax or capital gains tax at least equal to the tax the charity reclaims on my donation during the tax year.’