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Laurel and Hardy Museum

Brogden Street | Brogden Street, Ulverston LA12 7AH, England
+44 1229 582292
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Quirky but interesting museum

This is a must for Laurel and Hardy buffs. Thousands of photos and a good history of the pair. We... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Janice R
Manchester, United Kingdom
A fantastic collection

Having read some of the reviews but not allowing ourselves to be influenced, my partner and I... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
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Now open in our new location. We have a vastly improved exhibition area for you to learn about the life and work of Stan Laurel, with many information boards, personal items and pictures to see. Our cinema area can accommodate around 30 people, showing films and documentaries all day. This is the first phase of our expansion plans with new things being added all the time. The Laurel and Hardy Museum in Ulverston began as the private collection of Bill Cubin, a lifelong fan. Now being run by his grandson, we hope to entertain and inform you about the worlds' best loved double act. New display recently opened. The museum began life as private collection, a wonderful jumble of memorabilia. Our new display attempts to recreate that feeling. A small room packed to the gills with pictures, statues, mugs, records, anything and everything to do with The Boys.
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  • Very good31%
  • Average11%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible3%
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“small cinema” (14 reviews)
“hardy fan” (13 reviews)
“worth a visit” (22 reviews)
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
Brogden Street | Brogden Street, Ulverston LA12 7AH, England
+44 1229 582292

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Reviewed 4 days ago

This is a must for Laurel and Hardy buffs. Thousands of photos and a good history of the pair. We sat in the cinema area with our cups of tea and watched a couple of short films of theirs before looking at the displays of...More

Thank Janice R
Reviewed 4 days ago

Having read some of the reviews but not allowing ourselves to be influenced, my partner and I didn't know quite sure what to expect of this museum but we are so glad we decided to visit as it really is a wonderful trip down memory...More

Thank 24Helen
Reviewed 1 week ago

A nice place to visit, nearest car park on Theatre Street, £1.20 for an hour. Museum £5 for adults. Go past display boards, various artefacts, including bed form Stan’s grandparents’ house. Seating for 40 people in front of screen, centre area, then more memorabilia to...More

Thank sportybirmingham
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I visited here with my parents and we're all big Laurel and Hardy fans. What a treat it was! I learnt a lot about both Stan and Ollie and how they met. One room was full of Laurel and Hardy memorabilia and there was a...More

Thank Laura F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Can't rate this place highly enough. Superb value, especially for families. Full of fascinating memorabilia and a constant stream of L & H shirts. Bliss :-)

Thank Dan P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a great way to see how big this comedy actor were A fascinating insight into one man's ram/hobby and as it turns out perseverance,if it was not for Bill Cubin some of the exhibitios would not have survived ,as they were going to...More

Thank Dave B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A good wee place to visit, obviously a homage to the fun pair. You forget just how much they did. Films bring it all back

Thank David W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The museum is friendly and quirky, especially for L&H fans, showing continuous films. The exhibits otherwise are mainly photographic, but there is a very good timeline of Stan and Babe's history from cradle to grave. Well worth a visit especially for 5 - 12 year...More

Thank DavidJSykes
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were staying locally in Rusland and made it down to the Museum just before we left and I'm really glad we did. Firstly we'd done shopping in Booth's previously (supermarket down the road) and hadn't really noticed the town - which is absolutely lovely,...More

Thank TiggyO
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

well worth a visit if you like or remember laurel and hardy . A small museum full,of memorobelia. You can sit and watch a loop of their films all day if you wanted to , no pressure very relaxed. There is a small cafe and...More

Thank martha1first
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Graham W
Are you open Monday August bank holiday?
28 August 2016|
Response from mitchbrady | Reviewed this property |
Yes its open bank holidays.
Does the museum have disabled access?
17 June 2016|
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Response from clare k | Reviewed this property |
We had elderly parents with us which was ok. There were slopes inside building and a few steps