The John Miller Building
Tenterden Town Station
Kent, TN30 6HE, UK
Telephone: 01580 765155
Fax: 01580 765654
The Cavell Van is in the care of the Museum .
The Museum will be open on Railway operating days until the end of October.
The Cavell Van is open on the same days but this year is currently scheduled to move from the K&ESR on 22nd May for displayat the Severn Valley Railway, returning on the 15th July 2018.
There is no admission charge for entry but donations for its upkeep are very welcome.
Admission to the Cavell Van is free but donations for its upkeep are very welcome.
Free parking is available on site.
How to get here
To help you find us, you can use our Google Map and driving directions to plan your route to the Museum and Tenterden Town Station.
Dogs are not normally admitted, except for assistance dogs.
Facilities for Visitors with Disabilities
Wheelchair access is available to all areas, except for viewing one of the video presentations which involves negotiating two steps.
For a large aerial view of Tenterden Town Station, click here or on the image.
Catering is available in the Station Refreshment Rooms. This building was formerly the Maidstone & District Motor Services waiting room at Palace Avenue, Maidstone - built in 1922 as Britain's first bus station.
The Museum has its own bookshop, selling a wide range of second-hand books in the foyer.
Archives and Research
Museum staff are always on hand to offer advice and guidance but are not able to offer research facilities. Access to the Archive may be obtained by agreeing a mutually convenient appointment with the Curator.