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The Museum is 1 & half miles
west of A38 midway between Bristol and Gloucester: 3 and a half miles
from the M5 and 8 miles from the M4.
GL13 9BN

The Edward Jenner Museum & Old Cyder House
The Edward Jenner Museum in Berkeley is situated in The Chantry, the beautiful country home of the world renowned pioneer of vaccination, and celebrates his ground-breaking work.
The museum tells the story of Jenner’s discovery of a vaccine for smallpox and the eventual eradication of the disease in 1980 and you can find out more about his fascinating work in other fields of medicine, surgery, natural history, and even ballooning. The rooms have an elegant period-feel including Jenner’s former study and dining room.
There are mature gardens of around an acre which are gradually being restored and includes the important thatched Temple of Vaccinia – a rustic summer house in which Jenner treated the poor free of charge.
The Old Cyder House Conference Centre which is also set in the grounds of Edward Jenner’s former home, offers meeting rooms with good facilities.
Special events are regularly held at The Edward Jenner Museum
Opening Times 2009
1 April until 30 September:
Tuesday to Saturday: 12.30pm - 5.30pm
*New Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday opening time for 2009 season*
Sunday: 12.00pm - 5.30pm

[Closed Mondays, but open Bank Holiday Mondays, 12.00pm - 5.30pm]

Open 7 days a week throughout June, July and August 2009

Sundays only, 1.00pm - 5.30pm.

A visit will normally last between one and two hours.