Tavistock Museum is to be found at Court Gate just off Bedford Square. It is a town and community museum situated within an important group of public buildings built from mining royalties by the Bedford Estate, which includes the Town Hall, Police Station and Guildhall.
It occupies two rooms above Court Gate, the historic gateway into the abbey (Grade I listed), and provides a very fitting use for these Grade II listed rooms. The museum moved into these premises during the summer 2003 and has been open to the public since that time. All stewarding is voluntary.
It has exhibitions relating to the Tavistock Stannary, Tavistock Canal, foundries and local mines.
Court Gate, Guildhall Square,