Shardlow Heritage Centre was established in 1996 in an original salt warehouse and is run by a small group of volunteers to research and preserve the history of the village and its port.
The Centre is open Easter to October on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays from 12 noon to 5 pm. Evening and group visits can be arranged as well as guided walks for 10 – 40 people. Walks begin at the Heritage Centre and take about an hour and a quarter, ending with a visit to the Centre.
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There are parking spaces very close to the bottom of the disabled access ramp to the Centre. If these are full, there is space to drop off passengers. Toilets with disabled access are located in the adjacent Clock Warehouse pub when it is open. There is room for 2 wheelchairs at a time in the Centre. Most of the exhibits are removable from the displays to be examined close to. The captions are in large print.