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Thirsk Museum

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A brilliant little museum with lots of interesting displays Especially the cursed chair hung on the... read more

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Andy B
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lots to see, good insight into lives from years ago makes you realize how easy we have things... read more

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14-16 Kirkgate, Thirsk YO7 1PQ, England
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All reviewsthomas lordlords cricket groundlocal historyfree entrybusby stoopworth a visitvoluntary contributioncricket memorabiliaenthusiastic volunteerslittle gemon dutytwo floorscertain ageearlier timesstaff are very friendly and helpfulthe ground floorlovely ladies
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Reviewed yesterday

A brilliant little museum with lots of interesting displays Especially the cursed chair hung on the wall Well with an hour of your time Please make a generous donation

Thank Andy B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

lots to see, good insight into lives from years ago makes you realize how easy we have things today. friendly staff.good knowledge and information

Thank pearlsatt
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A lovely little museum over two floors. Lots of interesting exhibits and helpful staff. Free admission, donations are welcome though. We found the chair with the curse on it particularly interesting.

Thank suemarb
Reviewed 15 August 2018

This excellent museum is very worthed to visit; a lot of old toys and other stuff, and very friendly persons working there as volunteers. It is important work!!!!!

Thank heidikooo
Reviewed 6 August 2018

Lots of interest and quirky detail in a beautiful town-centre historic building. The museum is run by dedicated local volunteers who will be absolutely delighted to talk to you about the exhibits and local history.

Thank ScotsTraveller2014
Reviewed 26 July 2018

My family and I really enjoyed out visit to this lovely museum, the staff are very friendly and helpful.

Thank Elaine R
Reviewed 22 June 2018 via mobile

This is a tiny place but it’s full of items of local interest. It’s certainly not the most accessible, it’s a converted terraced cottage but places like this are little gems. The volunteer staff are all local and knowledgeable and it’s not too much to...More

Thank Violet S
Reviewed 23 April 2018

A nice little museum in the very quaint market town of Thirsk, some interesting cricket memorabilia and also some artefacts that were dug up locally, very informative staff and is definitely worth the time to visit when you're in Thirsk

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Reviewed 6 April 2018

On my second visit to this splendid little museum, I took a mate who is a cricket fan and a member at Lords. To say that he was fascinated by the history of Thomas Lord and the array of cricket memorabilia would be an understatement....More

Thank johnhouston2
Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

A lovely little museum in the birthplace of Thomas Lord the founder of Lord’s cricket ground. As well as some interesting cricket artefacts including a letter from Boycott and a Len Hutton bat there are small rooms displaying everyday life in the past. The museum...More

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loulubella
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Response from Steve M | Reviewed this property |
I cannot recall if they have a published policy on dogs. The building is quite small - it's an old cottage-style terraced house. The passages and stairs are quite narrow and the displays areas are quite crowded with... More
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Response from Stephen W | Reviewed this property |
To be honest I don't know. The museum is a small local history museum run by very friendly and informative volunteers. I'm sure if you gave them a ring they would be more than helpful to assist in this.
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