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Bourne Visitor Centre

Bourne Visitor Centre is a small and friendly museum, full of fascinating facts and artefacts. It also pays tribute to two of Bourne’s most famous sons: Raymond Mays, one of the founding fathers of modern British motorsport, and Charles Frederick Worth, founder of the famous Paris fashion house The House of Worth .

Run by a group of knowledgeable and dedicated volunteers, it is located in Baldock’s Mill, the town’s only surviving water mill. Mentioned in The Doomsday Book, there has been a mill on this site ever since.

In 1977, Baldock’s Mill was renovated after falling into a state of disrepair, and turned into the Bourne Heritage Centre.

Highlights of Bourne Visitor Centre

  • Raymond Mays Room
  • Charles Frederick Worth Room
  • Agricultural displays
  • Newly restored milling wheels
  • History of Bourne through the ages

Facilities

  • Shop
  • Toilets

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