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Our Collections

The Museum has over 11,000 objects which have been collected from around Rutland. The Museum’s original collections were those transferred to it when it was set up in 1967. These were the rural life collection of Mr E G Bolton from Casterton School and the mainly archaeological collection from Oakham School.

The museum now has an extensive rural life collection, domestic and social history objects and large collection of local archaeology.
Donations. If you are considering donating items to Rutland County Museum, please read our Offering Objects leaflet
Please do not bring objects to the Museum without contacting us first. (01572 758440 or museum@rutland.gov.uk)

The online catalogue has been developed with the help from grants from Arts Council England, NADFAS and Friends of Rutland County Museum & Oakham Castle.

Use the links below to view a selection of the items on our catalogue:

Find Local Studies and Family History titles on the Rutland Library Service Catalogue:

Search the Local Studies Library Catalogue

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