The Constantine Heritage Collection

The Constantine Heritage Collection was originally formed by the Constantine History Group in 1993 and was located in rooms at the back of the old Methodist Chapel. By 1999, the old Methodist Chapel had been bought by the Constantine Enterprises Company and the collection, which had grown to about 500 items, transferred ownership to this village charity.

An Honorary Curator was appointed and over the following years the Heritage Collection has grown both in size and professionalism, although still completely run by a team of volunteers. In spring 2014, the name Constantine Museum was adopted.

The collection reflects the social and economic history of the parish of Constantine and currently there are four themes which are reflected in the long term gallery displays.



  • Long term displays telling the story of the parish
  • Short term exhibitions
  • Activities for children
  • Archive and history of local houses
  • Photographic collection
  • A research library

The sole aim of the museum is to share the heritage of Constantine Parish with the community and visitors.


1. Collecting, recording, conserving and interpreting evidence of the social and economic history of the parish

2. Making the collection accessible to children, young people and adults for their interest, education and research

3. Mounting long term displays, short term exhibitions and o ering educational opportunities, including outreach to schools and groups


  • We welcome local and family history research through personal visits or enquiries
  • Group visits with talks and walks
  • Outreach
  • School visits

Museum collection policy (PDF)