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National Sikh Heritage Centre & Holocaust Museum

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Evan B-Pittter:- Very Interesting Centre

Visiting this centre was both culturally interesting and educating. I feel that it is a centre... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2016
Evan/Litton B
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Derby
Awkward opening times

The opening times are very strange (the museum opens for a while in the morning, then closes around... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2014
Jack N
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Leicester, United Kingdom
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18 Jan 2018
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9 Jun 2016
“Evan B-Pittter:- Very Interesting Centre”
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Princes Street | Pear Tree, Derby DE23 8NT, England
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Reviewed 18 January 2018 via mobile

The history of the Sikh faith and valour in a simple guided setting. Unfortunately the museum is under used and should be part of the local schools tour to explain the history of these glorious people. It’s worth a visit esp on a weekend morning...More

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Reviewed 9 June 2016

Visiting this centre was both culturally interesting and educating. I feel that it is a centre which should be part of schools and public visits to support the embracing of our diverse communities

Thank Evan/Litton B
Reviewed 4 September 2015 via mobile

Interesting range of things to see and very informative. Worth visiting to see hopefully they will be adding more items

Thank Rav S
Reviewed 2 October 2014

The opening times are very strange (the museum opens for a while in the morning, then closes around midday and opens again in the evening). I arrived in the morning on a Tuesday and had to nip into the adjoined gurdwara for someone to let...More

1  Thank Jack N
Reviewed 22 June 2014

For some strange reason photography is totally banned here - though to be fair it isn't that kind of place so don't be put off. Overall it explains the strife that Sikhs have gone through including some awful holocaust style attempts at exterminating them that...More

1  Thank Steven S
Reviewed 9 March 2014

The museum a lovely place to visit and has a lot interesting artifacts relating to the Sikh community. I would definitely recommend it.

2  Thank Rummy G
Reviewed 22 February 2014

Sort of open.I visited in its narrow open window on a Saturday. It is located opposite a temple in what might be called the temple compound. It is in converted industrial units and there are roller shutter doors rattling in the wind hidden by displays....More

3  Thank Crant0ck
Reviewed 23 January 2014

Visited museum yesterday only to find it closed and no details on the door.It opens for a couple of hours only before lunch and again for a couple of hours in the evening. We did arrive at 1100 hrs and as stated it was deserted....More

2  Thank Stuartbuxton
Reviewed 12 December 2013

Have tried on three seperate occassions to access this attraction, once in the day time (opening time 1000-1200) and twice in the evening (opening time 1800-2000) and each time it was shut. On the first two occassions I was told (by people who work opposite...More

2  Thank johnhp702
Reviewed 19 September 2012

Small museum run in or next-to car wash run by Sikhs themselves. Some Sikh weapons, model of their main temple on a lake and many stories to read, both historical and contemporary. Stories mainly about Sikh holocaust, mass murders commited by democratic government in XX...More

3  Thank Marek M
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