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Lovely old house, once a school run by Rowland Hill of the stamp fame. I remember stories of Robert the Bruce from my childhood.
Tottenham and local area museum set in a pleasant park. The postal museum part was closed.
Very interesting place with nice,...More
Free entry. A lot of local history in Rowland Hill’s (post office founder) school. Art and artefacts. Friendly staff. Postcards and books for sale. Lovely old building which tells a tale or two! Also houses post office museum and Haringey archives(closed today). Set in a...More
Took a group of 14 to visit the Museum and Park, most for the first time. Everyone was impressed with this special and mostly little known treasure full of history and contemporary interest. Two said they had revised their view of Tottenham and would come...More
I have passed by this location many times but never thought it had much to offer. Boy was I wrong. I don't tend to be a museum person but I was overwhelmed by the contents, so much so, for reasons I can't explain, I did...More
Bruce Castle is a 16th century former manor house in Tottenham. Which was originally known as ‘Lordship House’. Bruce castle declared as Tottenham’s first public museum in 1906. This lovely local museum has thousands of objects in its collections. The museum now covers the history...More
The museum is not big but it is an excellent way to spend an hour. It covers mostly local history but I found the story about lady Constantia quite fascinating. It is said that she jumped off the balcony an haunts the castle to date,...More
We were directed to Bruce Castle Museum by the library, hoping to find information about some of the iconic housing estates in Haringey (which we did). It was a great find: lots of info about life in Haringey during the wars, Roman finds, South's pottery,...More
Interesting displays and books. The museum is in a nice large park. Have an association with Tottenham /Harringay so it was good to have a look at various photos and artefacts from the past. The museum isn't very interactive but there are dressing up things...More
Popped into here today. The exhibits could be arranged chronologically better but I still enjoyed browsing the panels and glass cases. Lots of local history mementos on display in the first room that you walk into. The castle's history was laid out in another room,...More