The Salomons Museum celebrates the lives of three generations of the Salomons family: David Salomons, a campaigner for Jewish civil rights; David Lionel Salomons, a noted scientific innovater in the later 19th century; and David Reginald Salomons, who was killed in the First World War.
The museum occupies two rooms of the family's country house - Broomhill, set in nearly forty acres of picturesque Wealden countryside near Tunbridge Wells. Now known as the Salomons Estate, this operates as a conference and events venue.
The museum is usually open to the public, free of charge, but it, and the Salomons Estate as a whole, have been closed recently due to Covid-19. The Estate is gradually re-opening, though if you were thinking of visiting it would be wise to check first.
This website seeks to tell the story of the Salomons for those unable to visit the museum.
Discover the story of the Salomons here.