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Moravian Museum Fulneck

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Discovered my roots in an unusual place - up the road!

I've traced my families genealogy and discovered my roots in the form of Benjamin Henry Latrobe... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2018
Sewell96
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Leeds, United Kingdom
A visit of exceptional learning

My wife and I had often walked past this Museum several times during our walks around Fulneck and... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2017
George B
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Leeds, United Kingdom
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9 Jun 2018
“Discovered my roots in an unusual place - up the road!”
9 Aug 2017
“A visit of exceptional learning”
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In 1968 two members of the church at Fulneck decided to convert two almost derelict buildings to make a museum of Moravian artefacts concerning the history of the Fulneck settlement and of the Moravian Church worldwide. A Moravian Room,Missionary...more
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55-57 Fulneck | Pudsey, Leeds LS28 8NT, England
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+44 1274 686512
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Reviewed 9 June 2018

I've traced my families genealogy and discovered my roots in the form of Benjamin Henry Latrobe - Architect of U.S. Capital Building. The church was stunning and the archivist was lovely and inviting, telling me about the history of the Moravian Settlement, as well as...More

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Dave K, Guest Relations Manager at Moravian Museum Fulneck, responded to this reviewResponded 13 June 2018

Our Church Archivist and our Museum Guides all had their day made with your visit and have been telling everybody in the Fulneck Village In Pudsey about it. I will be in the Museum this coming Saturday between 2 and 4 pm and would be...More

Reviewed 9 August 2017

My wife and I had often walked past this Museum several times during our walks around Fulneck and realised the times of opening was Wednesday and Saturday 2.oopm until 4.00pm so today 9th of August we ventured to visit. What an impressive learning experience of...More

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Dave K, Chair Moravian Museum Fulneck Committee at Moravian Museum Fulneck, responded to this reviewResponded 12 August 2017

We are very pleased that you enjoyed your visit and have taken the time to put a comment on trip advisor for others to see and hopefully consider a visit themselves. David Keighley

Reviewed 21 April 2017

Fulneck,is a 'step back in time' essentially a street of quaint houses plus a 'public' school & Church,golf club and a cracking pub,at one end. Complete with beautiful views over the valley. The museum is rather small,but packed with interesting,objects and info,relating to the Moravian...More

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Dave K, Public Relations Manager at Moravian Museum Fulneck, responded to this reviewResponded 24 April 2017

Glad you enjoyed your visit to Fulneck and our small museum.

Reviewed 13 October 2016

I ambled along the main street of Fulneck in the sunshine, well worth my detour from Pudsey, the setting and fine architecture a delight. It raised questions, too. Why the stone gateway, the school, the chapel? The Moravian Museum at the far end held many...More

1  Thank 27katie2016
Reviewed 1 October 2016

well worth a visit to this Moravian museum. The museum is house in two of the original cottages and would be difficult to get around if your less mobile. The museum gives you a good insight to how the villagers lived and worked. The surrounding...More

2  Thank Irene D
Reviewed 6 July 2016

Although only open on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons this free little gem is worth checking out if you are walking in the Fulneck area. A charming front parlour and kitchen take you back to the Victorian era with information on the Moravian church and links...More

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