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Had a good browse and learnt a lot about the whole thing, area, poeples lives nature ect over the many many years, well worth a visit and it doesn't cost so donate in the collection is a good thing to do in my mind.
The museum is a timeline from prehistoric times to today around Hereford, some interesting exhibits. The art gallery was not so well presented, when I was there is was clothing (some made of butter wrappers), it was an interesting project for those involved, but for...More
Has it stands, it a small Museum, that has had investment put into the build. The Last time I was in Hereford it was close, building works, I think was being carried out.
There is not a great deal in there in the scheme things....More
For a city like Hereford with its history, there should be enough for a massive museum. However, the main part of this lovely old building is set aside for the library, and on the day I was there, there was also a wonderful display of...More
It had slightly odd opening hours when I was there, but worth the effort. The displays themselves are fine and have a clear timeline - a mild obsession of mine. What pushed it up to very good was the guide who I chatted to. I...More
This is a small museum - one big room - but cleverly laid out and really interesting displays. They tell the archaeology and history of the city and local area with some amazing objects, especially the Roman and medieval sections. Other cases show objects by...More
The museum is situated opposite the cathedral and is just under a mile away from Hereford station on foot.
During my visit, there was a good exhibition about Herefordshire's role in the Great War. Many locals volunteered for service and many did not return. It...More