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All reviews local history school holidays well worth a visit different theme school room little gem great place to visit victorian era local industry adults and children small space free entry market place few hours car park activities exhibits
We have been three times to this museum and I can truthfully say it’s amazing, we took our granddaughter in August she loved it, there was something to do or find in all the rooms, the staff are brilliant always smiling and can’t do enough...More
If you haven’t been to this friendly museum then you must.
Wonderful few hours for adults and children alike. In the holidays there are endless events (often free) for the youngsters
Also now a very nice tea room
Not the biggest museum in the world but very interesting and taking two children age 11 and 10 can sometimes be quite hard to engage them but they had a treasure map to follow. Lovely coffee and cake which wasn't expensive and the staff were...More
this local museum has many events throughout the year.lots of things for children in school holidays,at the moment there is a beach,it's a lovely giant sand pit with seating for parents to sit and watch the children.there are many events such as different crafts for...More
Now I can easily tire of stuffy, lifeless museums that I'm expected to find interesting.
But this one is different, and although the premises are small they've managed to pack in authentic reconstructions of domestic rooms, a schoolroom, and lots of absorbing material and artefacts...More
Having seen the sign on our way into town, we decided to visit said museum on the way back to the car park.
Modestly situated, the grounds are pleasant, with a cafe we wished we'd found before lunch immediately to the right of the entrance....More