The village of Great Bardfield in Essex boasts its own museum run entirely by volunteers from the historical society.
The museum contains items of local interest such as agricultural items, examples of corn dolly work and items used in domestic life during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The historical society is also currently responsible for the Les Buckland Photographic Record, a large collection of local photographs collected on behalf of the parish council. This collection is currently being catalogued and digitised.
The historical society hold bi-monthly meetings between September and May on topics related to local history.
The museum is open to visitors at weekend and Bank Holiday afternoons between 2 and 5:30pm. Entrance is free and donations are more than welcome.