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Nos. 2-4  were built in the 17th century or earlier and are listed grade II.  They were refaced in the 18th century and a shop front added in the 19th.  They have an old tiled roof with painted rendering. As shown in the photo gallery below they were for many years Meads the grocers.  In about 1910, it became Arthur Terry’s.  Mr. Terry bought the building from the Shardeloes estate in 1928 for £503 and sold the business in about 1935 when it became McGregor’s Stores, then a second-hand book shop and more recently a hairdresser.  It is now part of a clothes shop.

Nos 6-10 are also listed grade II but built in the early 19th century in red brick with a tiled roof.  W Bright moved his shoe shop here from Whielden Street – see photo below.

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Plan Your Visit

We are currently closed for our Winter break.

We will re-open in March 2024.

 

49 High Street
Old Amersham
Buckinghamshire
HP7 0DP

01494 723700
[email protected]

 

“Enjoyed our visit to this wonderful interactive museum where you are positively encouraged to touch things!”

“Visited Amersham museum yesterday – lovely place, provides many details on the history of the place. Plenty of cute cafes, pubs and shops around also… not difficult to find free parking nearby. ”

“A well-run, informative and interesting small museum on the main street. It’s mostly volunteer-run and they do a great job in keeping it and making you feel welcome…Check out the herb garden too.”

“Enjoyable film and television location guided walk around Amersham hosted by Amersham Museum – here are the Sun Houses on Highover Park and further up the hill is High & Over.”

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