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All reviews shrunken heads totem poles indiana jones treasure trove different cultures glass cases amazing collection hand written natural history all ages three floors on display musical instruments interesting items could spend hours fascinating place free entry
Transcultural (and not regional) approach is great. One can borrow a magnifying glass and a torch to read minuscule hand-written tags of descriptions of objects which are often hidden underneath or behind another object.
Completely unbound to contemporary museological trends such as ‘universal design’ ,...More
A museum like no other you will ever visit. I have visited a few times over rhe past 18 years and each time I see something new. A collection of diverse and fascinating ‘things’ - one man’s curious and eccentric interests - since updated by...More
Had a pleasant wander in the atmospheric gloom of this place full of items that the explorers of old would have brought back from the isolated lands. I was hoping they were fairly obtained and no sacred rules were broken as there were lots of...More
Tucked away at the rear of the Natural History Museum, This collection is unique in it's layout and style. You can wander around and find all sorts of things from every corner of the world from all sorts of cultures and historical periods. People have...More
a hidden gem. not just a fascinating museum of ethnography packed with thousands of extraordinary artifacts from around the world but also a museum of how museums used to be. the collections are organized not by culture but by theme - musical instruments, boats, weapons,...More
Wow, what a place! Make sure you leave yourself plenty of time to look around here. From tattoo guns to reindeer cheese, this place has it all. Fascinating and just enough information given. Please leave a donation as this place is free admission!
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The absolute closest is Museum and Keble Roads, which are on-street parking and max 2 hours for something like £4. However, there are rarely spaces during the day. St. Giles is about two minutes further away and has more... More
The absolute closest is Museum and Keble Roads, which are on-street parking and max 2 hours for something like £4. However, there are rarely spaces during the day. St. Giles is about two minutes further away and has more spaces, but the same parking restrictions.