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Attention! Great little museum.

VISIT this museum and you cannot help but be impressed with everything you see. When I arrived a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
singhasam
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Weymouth, United Kingdom
Small and friendly museum

A small compact museum, with lots of information about the 20th Regiment of Foot and The Lancashire... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
157catlover
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Bury, United Kingdom
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All reviewslancashire fusiliersmilitary historyroyal regimentlovely gift shopon displayfirst world warspacious cafeyounger visitorsdetailed informationinteresting storiesguided tourgreat historytake your timeinteractive activitiesstaff were really friendlysconesall ages
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Reviewed yesterday

VISIT this museum and you cannot help but be impressed with everything you see. When I arrived a small group of gardeners were carefully making the front garden look its best including one display inside an old Landrover which had been tilted on its side...More

Thank singhasam
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A small compact museum, with lots of information about the 20th Regiment of Foot and The Lancashire Fusiliers up to them becoming The Royal Regiment of fusiliers. Lots of interesting pictures, stories about their heroes, and uniforms to see. There is a small shop, and...More

Thank 157catlover
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

i took my american cousin to the fusillier museum and to say he was impressed would be an understaitment, the people that we spoke to could not have been more pleasant and helpful answering all his questions about his british family who were in the...More

Thank 546brenda123
Reviewed 6 June 2018

Almost a weekly location . Meet a friend weekly for a quick catch up and it is within walking distance of Bury Metro. The museum is interesting and last week I invested in one of their cordials but usually it is the upstairs cafe. A...More

Thank Christine A
Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

I took my young son here a few months ago as we were in bury and had time on our hands so thought we would pop in here and have a look....I had been before but it was closed then...I think they might have been...More

Thank Steven S
Reviewed 3 March 2018

So much in a small museum with plenty of action and fun and history. Lovely cafe and gift shop. Themed.

Thank Mikemkj
Reviewed 2 March 2018 via mobile

Really nice place great coffees didn't eat here so can't comment on food. Staff very pleasant and efficient

Thank stephanie k
Reviewed 16 February 2018 via mobile

Had a few nice visits to Fusilier cafe. Friendly staff. Spacious cafe. Great baked potatoes. Enjoyable,

Thank BubblyBobbles
Reviewed 19 January 2018

We went to the Cafe at the Museum as a group of 4 ladies for Prosecco Afternoon Tea. (3 young ladies 20-35 and an Over 60) Not really the first place you'd think of for this but the cafe is lovely. Staff attentive and welcoming....More

Thank Smaybelline
Reviewed 10 January 2018

Had not too mobile relatives staying and it was cold wet & generally a miserable day.As it was just after new year many attractions weren't open but this gem was.A really interesting & informative visit.Even managed to get a nice lunch without having to leave...More

Thank Pam W
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nannajean2017
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Response from Ann B | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is, the museum is on ground level and there is a lift to the café which is on the first floor.
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