Saturdays & Sundays
27 May to 1 October
2pm – 5pm (last admission 4pm)
Group tours and school visits can be arranged for any time of year, please contact us.
Free off-street parking available.
Brook Rural Museum is located in the historic village of Brook, 5 miles north-east of Ashford, Kent.
The museum is c.10 minutes from the M20 motorway.
Junction 10 (Southbound) and Junction 10A (Northbound) are the principal exit junctions.
The full address for the Museum is:
Brook Rural Mueum,
Ashford, Kent, TN25 5PF
Free parking is available at the museum with overflow parking on the street.
Unfortunately there are no Public Transport links to Brook.
The nearest train stations are Wye (3 miles) and Ashford International (5 miles).
The countryside around the village of Brook is popular with cyclists and walkers, and is well served with marked footpaths.
Please note that due to the design and nature of the ancient buildings not all of Brook Rural Museum is accessible.
The majority of the barn can be accessed via the main entrance but the floor is uneven and space is restricted due to the nature of the displays.
The ground floor of the oast house can be accessed but the floor is uneven and space is restricted due to the nature of the displays. The first floor can only be accessed via a steep and narrow staircase.
The stable block and toilets can be accessed via a ramp from the car park.