Exhibition: "Upstairs, Downstairs" (Tue-Thu and Sat)
Yate Heritage Centre
This exhibition runs on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The history of domestic service and the workers who kept the local houses going is covered in our new exhibition from the 4th of November into the New Year. This will also feature artefacts from our own collections and from Dyrham Park National Trust.
For more information please contact Yate and District Heritage Centre on 01454 862200 or click below.
Yate Heritage Centre
Yate Heritage Centre has recently acquired Full Museum Accreditation status.
This is a national standard recognising that we represent a recognisable measure of quality of museum service.
Yate and District Heritage Centre celebrates Yate’s cultural, historical, social and industrial past.
It does so by staging thought-provoking and varied exhibitions and events, including a regular series of quizzes, historical lectures and other one-off sessions - see the right hand side of this page for more details.
All parts of the community are involved in generating historical information at the Yate Heritage Centre. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.
The Centre contains the two major local history collections and these are available to the public on open days and through appointment.
There are over 3,000 objects in the Centre’s collections acquired since the mid 1990s.
They include: historic 3D objects, maps, photographs and documents, as well as an educational handling collection.
The Centre also houses the Oral History Project Group's collection of photographs, tapes, documents and of course oral history, amounting to 4,000 items.
Yate and District Heritage Centre welcomes volunteers.
If you would like to help with displays or events, or would like to join the Friends Scheme, please contact the Community Heritage Officer, David Hardill.
The address is Church Road, Yate, BS37 5BG
You'll find the Heritage Centre between the White Lion Pub and St Mary's Church.
Its location is the site of former stables dating back to the 1840s.
This prestigious building and key location make the Centre accessible to visitors.