Woodbridge Museum is a volunteer run organisation which was established in 1982 to provide townspeople and visitors with a way of exploring the history of the town and its environs. It does this through displays at the Museum on Market Hill and by an out reach programme of talks and guided walks. Woodbridge Museum has also produced a wide range of pamphlets on various aspects of the history of the town and some of the people who have lived there. The Friends of Woodbridge Museum was set up to provide financial support for the Museum. It raises money through membership subscriptions and donations, by running a series of winter talks on diverse topics related to the history of the town and of Suffolk, and organizing biannual day schools. In the summer and autumn the Friends also has a varied social programme. This includes garden parties, trips to historic places and other events. For more information on either organisation follow the links on the left.