The museum has a permanent collection of Nelson memorabilia as well as a variety of exhibitions during the year.
The house was built in 1671 and restored in 1867 and is used as a thriving community centre referred to as Bridges. The Stables houses small business as well as the Community Fridge which is a project run by Transition Monmouth
St Thomas's Church
Dedicated to Thomas A Beckett and located next to the Monnow bridge, it is distinguished by its Norman chancel arch, part of the original chapel. Originally located outside the town walls, the church has undergone many sympathetic changes. The stump of the cross was moved into the centre of the road in 1888 and completely rebuilt at a later date.
St Mary's Roman Catholic Church
Situated in St Mary Street, the original church was built in 1793 but it was extensively rebuilt between 1861-1871. The architect was Benjamin Bucknall.
St Peter's Dixton
Situated on the banks of the Wye, just north of the town, this attractive whitewashed building which is in the county of Monmouthshire, is part of the Diocese of Hereford. The original church was destroyed and it was rebuilt shortly after the Conquest. The herring-bone masonry in the north wall of the nave may date from that time. The Church is frequently subject to flooding and plates near the chancel arch record the height of the last three floods.
The Baptist church
Located close to the parish church, the Memorial Stone was laid in 1906 and the architect and builder were both local.
The Methodist Church
Situated in St James Street, it was designed by G.V. Maddox in 1837.