• Excell Blacksmith and Engineering Museum

    A working museum, displaying the blacksmithing techniques and equipment used by Ernest Excell and his sons from 1935-1975 and the home of the Brattenising plough, patented and built at the workshop.

A working museum since 1992, the Excell Museum displays the blacksmithing techniques and equipment in a workshop originally run by Ernest Edward Excell and his sons Alex and Percival, from 1935-1975.

Objects in the workshop include an original DC welder, forge, wheelwright section, upsetting machine, and an example of a Brattenizing Plough, patented and built by Excell in the workshop in the 1930s and used for road making.

A Twilight Tour of the museum is held every January.

Gold coin donation

2nd and 4th Sunday, September to April, 2-4pm
4th Sunday only, May to August, 2-4pm
or by prior arrangement

Ian Charlton, President
08 8688 2037
0429 635 648
[email protected]

Excell Blacksmith and Engineering Museum

A working museum, displaying the blacksmithing techniques and equipment used by Ernest Excell and his sons from 1935-1975 and the home of the Brattenising plough, patented and built at the workshop.