Please note that the Rupert Brooke Museum closed in November 2013.
The Orchard’s current owners hope to reopen the museum in the West Wing of Orchard House where Brooke lived for a period of time.
This small museum is open from Easter until the end of October each year and can be entered from the car park at The Orchard Tea Rooms. Opening hours are 11:00 – 16:00 and entry is free. The museum provides photographs, text and artifacts from the life of one of our most famous first world war poets who also wrote The Old Vicarage Grantchester
Visitors are encouraged to sit and read the reference books and to leave comments in the visitors book. The museum website provides details of how to join the Rupert Brooke society and can be found here.