Planning Your Visit

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4-5 Henley Street, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6PT
(Above Lakeland, between Toni & Guy and Pasty Presto)

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map edit - finalclose up mapPlease note:  The MAD Museum used to be located on Sheep Street (CV37 6EF) in Stratford-Upon-Avon. In October 2013 we moved premises, 5 minutes down the road to Henley Street (CV36 6PT). The museum is now located in the town centre, a few yards from Shakespeare’s Birthplace, above Lakeland. Please make sure you have up-to-date museum information when planning your visit.

Contact Information

Telephone: 01789 269356
Email: info@themadmuseum.co.uk
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Opening Times
Current opening times: 9.30am – 5:30 (last entry at 4.45pm)

The MAD Museum is open 7 days a week, all year round except Christmas Day.
April – September   9.30am – 5.30pm (last entry at 4.45pm)
October – March   10.30am – 5.00om (last entry at 4.15pm)

July 2014 small for webMaintenance Days

**Please read before visiting The MAD Museum**
Sometimes we need to close the museum for a day or two to give our machines some TLC.

No maintenance days are scheduled at the moment, regular opening times apply.
Please check this section of the website before arranging a visit to MAD. We will give you at least 2 weeks notice before scheduling a maintenance day.

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Tickets and Prices

Adult     £6.80
Concession     £5.50
Child (6-12yrs)     £4.50
Child 5yrs and under     Free
Family (2 adults and 2 children)    £19.00

There is no need to book in advance, just turn up on the day.

Discounts

Concessionary tickets are available to adults over 60, carers, students and the unemployed (proof may be asked for on entry to the museum).

We have several voucher schemes in operation at the moment. Vouchers can only be used up until the date stated on the voucher. Vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with another voucher. Unless stated otherwise this included family tickets (£19.00) as our family ticket is already at a discounted rate.

 

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