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ROSS-ON-WYE MARKET HOUSE HERITAGE CENTRE
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Ross-on-Wye Heritage Centre is located on the upper floor of the town's 17th century Market House building. Inside, the visitor will find information boards depicting local history and the people of Ross-on-Wye. Visitors are able to watch a computer audio / visual display of the History of Ross-on-Wye since the Stone Age. The staff at Ross-on-Wye Heritage Centre regularly welcome local artists and crafts people who wish to exhibit their work. There is also a small collection of gifts available for purchase within the building.

During the months of April to October the centre is open to visitors from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 05:00 pm and 10:30 am to 04:00 pm on Sundays. During November to March the centre is open Monday to Saturday, 10:30 am until 04:00 pm.

Entry to Ross-on-Wye Heritage Centre is free to visitors, however donations are always welcome. The latest Heritage Centre news, as well as other local news can be found in the 'Wyenot News' section of this web site.

Ross-on-Wye Market House Heritage Centre.
Ann White making quilts inside Ross-on-Wye Heritage Centre during a quilting exhibition.
Ross-on-Wye Market House Heritage Centre.
A view inside Ross-on-Wye Heritage Centre.
Ross-on-Wye Market House Heritage Centre.
A view inside Ross-on-Wye Heritage Centre.
Ross-on-Wye Market House Heritage Centre A World War II German bomb which landed in the grounds of the Chase Hotel in 1940
Inside Ross-on-Wye Market House Heritage Centre.
This World War II German bomb landed in the grounds of the Chase Hotel in 1940 and can be seen inside the Heritage Centre.

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