Vestry House Museum
Vestry House, a two storey building of brown stock brick, was constructed in 1730 by order of the Vestry.
Vestry House had since been a police station and a private house. Vestry House opened as a Museum in 1931.
Themed displays capture the unique heritage of this area or north-east London.
Explore life during past and present Waltham Forest through our fascinating displays on domestic life, local history, fashion and toys and games. See our Victorian parlour and enter our police cell!
Learn about and see the Bremer car. Built locally in 1892 by engineer Frederick Bremer, the Bremer car is the earliest British built combustion engine car.
Opening times: Wednesday-Sunday: 10am-5pm