Visitors to the Dugdale can also enjoy temporary exhibitions from Enfield Museum.
Enfield Museum’s collections contain prized artefacts from all across the borough, including items previously on display at Forty Hall and those rescued from the 1984 fire at Broomfield House. The roughly 15,000 artefacts illustrate the local, social and political history of Enfield and include a social history collection, a fine and applied art collection, natural history specimens and archaeological artefacts.
To find out more about Enfield Museum Service or if you are a teacher looking to hire one of the popular loan boxes please visit www.enfield.gov.uk/museum
Curatorial office (for museum enquiries): 020 8379 1469
‘Enfield Life’, the permanent free exhibition at the Dugdale, features objects used or manufactured in Enfield from ancient times to the present day
Terrific Toys: made and played in Enfield celebrates the golden era of toys and games, made in the borough by famous names such as Spears Games and Lesney Matchbox and played with by generations of local children.