This museum is named after the religious 'Panacea' community, who had their headquarters at what is now the museum.
The Panacea community was made up mostly of women, and during the 1920s the members combined the gardens of a few properties to make up the 'campus'. The campus comprised of a shared garden area with a chapel in the centre.
Entrance to the museum is free, and opening times are:
- January to March
On your visit you'll be able to see the famous prophecy box, filled and sealed by Joanna Southcott. This box has been kept safe since 1804, so it has a long and colourful history.
Plan your trip to the Panacea Museum now to find out about this remarkable religion.
Concessions: Free entry