An attractive and unique complex of 17th Century Almshouses, Schoolroom, Warden's House and Stables.  Schoolroom with original 17th Century furnishings and an Exhibition Room.

The Arms above the entrance are of its foundress, Lady Margaret Hungerford who with her husband Sir Edward Hungerford, Commander of Cromwell's forces in Wiltshire during the English Civil War, lived in Corsham House (now Corsham Court) and there is a strong historical and interesting link between the two sites.

We are open:
  • April to September
  • Tuesdays and Wednesdays 11.00 am - 4.00 pm
  • Fridays and Saturdays 1.30 pm - 4.00pm  
  • October, November, February & March  
  • Saturdays 1.00pm - 3.00pm

We are closed during December and January.

Adults - £3    Pensioner/Student Concessions - £2.50
Schoolchildren - 50p

Group (10+) visits - £2.50 per person
(contact Marian on 01249 713486)

Current News

In the shop, we have copies of Ernest Hird's reprinted  History of the Almshouses, as well as a selection of gift cards, pictures and postcards.

Interested in becoming a Volunteer?

If you have a couple of hours to spare once or twice a month, we are looking for people to join our friendly team of volunteer guides.  Please contact our chairman, Peter, on 01249 713486.