| Walthamstow Central|| +44 20 8496 4391|
| 1931; 86 years ago (1931)|
Local History, Public Archives
Vestry Road, Walthamstow E17 9NH, United Kingdom
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Waltham Forest London Borough Council
William Morris Gallery, Lloyd Park, Museum of the Order of St John, Walthamstow Central station, St Mary's Church - Walthamstow
Vestry House Museum Wikipedia
Vestry House Museum is a history museum in Walthamstow, focussing on the heritage of the local area. The collection includes various artifacts dating from the Victorian Era to the 20th Century including numerous archived documents and photographs.
Vestry House was originally built as a workhouse and was later used as a police station and also as private housing (amongst the exhibits is a replica police cell demonstrating one of the building's previous uses). The building became a museum in 1931.