Bruce Castle Museum in London is a Grade I listed 16th century manor house set in 20 acres of parkland. Since 1906 Bruce Castle has been a museum and now houses the Borough of Haringey's local history collections, archives and art exhibitions. The museum holds regular historical and arts events.
Prices and Opening Times
Wednesday - Sunday: 13:00 - 17:00.
Museum and Archives are always closed on 25 and 26 December, 1 January, Good Friday and the summer bank holidays.
Admission is free. If you want to visit the archives, please book an appointment.
Venue Details & Map
Bruce Castle Museum
Lordship LaneLondonN17 8NU
- +44 (0)20 8808 8772
- Public transport:
- From the station turn left and walk to the top of Bruce Grove.From Seven Sisters or Wood Green take bus 123 or 243, both
- Payment Facilities
- Free entry
Top 5 reviews of Bruce Castle Museum
Located close to Tottenham, the Bruce Castle Museum is an odd sort of place. It has a feel of a small town museum, rather than one in the metropolis. The old house, still grand despite historical modifications, is charming, whilst also in need of some TLC (which in this case might mean tonnes of lottery cash).
Inside the exhibitions are varied and interesting though perhaps a little worn... more
Bruce Castle is a Grade I listed 16th Century manor house in 20 acres of parkland. I went to school a few streets away and we visited this small white castle a few times.
It is definitely well kept, and being as old as it is, it is full of history. The main exhibitions were on the World Wars, it was almost like an Army museum.
This is a huge part of Tottenham Heritage, the one thing that... more
Lovely museum in an old manor (free admittance!), surrounded by a fantastic park with most beautiful trees and great children's playground. more
This is an excellent museum on many levels. I like just wandering in their occasionally and poking around the different artifacts.
The history spans from Roman times up to the present day with excellent pictorial and recreative displays of the history of Haringey and Tottenham.
I've taken groups of kids here and they were facinated with the artifacts and information that was presented to... more
Well worth a visit if you are in North London and have an interest in local history. Visit on the annual annual Open London day in the early autumn and get the chance to visit the top of the clock tower. Legend has it that an imprisoned woman was thrown to her death from here. All very gory! Nice cafe serving tea and home made cakes. The park that the museum is set in has some fantastic old... more