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#1 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
Having visited both Poland and Germany visiting many WW2 museums, this small museum in the Nottingham countryside was amazing.
A wonderful museum for all ages, thought provoking, informative, reflective and educational, alongside some amazing testimonies from those who had lived through the Holocaust.
#2 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
It reminded me of the stories that my Grandad would talk to me about, there were so many engines and the smell took me back to visiting museums with my Grandad.
Most industrial museums are about a 'thing', railways, steam power, mining.
#3 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
We love it here Amazing place Great wildlife Lovely and clean Cute little cafe Great museums and the house is cool Plus it's batman's house!
Great day take the Family have a Picnic and a walk Round the Grounds kick a ball around with the Kids and have a look around the Hall and other Museums and the gardens are nice too and you always see the Deer and...
#4 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
Galleries of Justice has been named as one of the best museums in the UK, and after visiting the place now twice with one visit with family and the other visit with friends from the USA and Pakistan and all the pe...
I love museums where there are actors wandering about and allowing for audience participation.
Creswell Crags Worksop
#5 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
I would like to think that some of the items that were originally found here and moved to other museums could find there way back.
Tours of the various parts of the site - different caves, featuring different aspects of pre-historic life - animal remains and fossils, cave art, etc. Well thought-out museum.
#6 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
Do try to visit this museum as it s superb example of how good local museums can be in the most unlikely locations and crucially with the right staff.
This is one of the best small scale museums we have visited.
#7 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
Always good to visit and pop in the Welbeck Farm Shop adjacent, as well as the Portland Collection in the new museum - also free entry.
A museum gallery of delight
Newark Air Museum Newark-on-Trent
#8 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
Have visited numerous aviation museums in my time and this is undoubtedly up there with some of the best!
One of the most detailed and informative museums I have ever visited.
Green's Windmill Nottingham
#9 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
Super place to visit Staff at museum extremely friendly and helpful Community garden a must see too Refreshment and gift shop very reasonable prices
Interesting visit to a science museum with lots of activities for children and an interesting look back in time at the windmill's history.
#10 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
If you like steam train and old busses then you will love this museum , and on certain days they have events
#11 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
I think this is officially called The Museum of Nottingham Life, but it's located on Brewhouse Yard, hence the confusion - on our visit Google Maps seemed to think it was two different museums!
Lovely little museum, handy for castle and Trip to Jerusalem, a unique cave pub.
Pleasley Colliery Mansfield
#12 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
This once proud pit now stands as a working museum and a monument to all the Proud miners and families who once worked and lived in the nearby villages.. ran by volunteers who have kept and restored the old wheel...
Lovely walk around the old pit site, various length walks, a couple of ponds, and a chance to look around the pit headstock themselves, small museum of mining history inside with miners as guides.
#13 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
Great museum full of facts about the civil wars in the 1600's, displays of weapons and uniforms, full of information, much of it interactive which makes it fun and less stuffy than many museums.
Often the large museums become a walk around attraction with little to do but look at some small amount of interesting things in glass cases, then move on.
#14 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
We had an excellent guide, the house is a museum but it was brought to life by the photographs of DHL Family and the very informative insight by our guide into the lives of DHL parents and siblings and the rooms i...
Part Lawrence museum and part social history of one family (Lawrence's) at the turn of the century in a Notts mining village, this museum deserves every support, and we were very glad we went.
#15 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
good food, good service , a welcome break after a brisk walk in the lovely grounds of Thoresby Hall , whilst you are there visit the war museum in the courtyard -well worth a little of your time
The little shops have a range of local produce and arts and crafts and the military museum with free entry is a must with those with a thirst for military history.
#16 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
museum with many different attractions we visited to see the Nottingham forest European exhibition it bought back many great memories well worth a visit free entry
This is a gem of a contemporary museum--really stunning!
#17 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
I've paid to visit some museums that weren't half as good as this one.
lovely little gem of a museum in a superb Victorian building .the
#18 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
There are more anecdotes of his life with wife Catherine and their many children in his house which is now a museum.
It is a really fascinating compact museum with loads to see.
#19 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
My sister and I were fortunate enough to be shown the museum and the adjacent art gallery by a very knowledgeable docent, another volunteer, Ms. Corrie Moss.
Upstairs in the Buttermarket (currently decorated with renovation scaffolding in the market centre) is Newark's town museum which displays civic robes and artefacts, art from local artists over the years + a conte...
#20 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
Aside from the history, the museums and the perfectly manucured lawns, this venue has an amazing events team who have just pulled off a brilliant fireworks welcome to 2016.
Inside, the gardens, art & historical museums are well planned out for guests' appreciation/pleasure and interaction (there are fabrics, clothes you can wear and take pictures on), souvenir shop, and the Cave tour...
#21 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
At scheduled times the museum manager, Eleanor, a delightful young lady of all of 18years old, explains in great detail how this wonderful clock worked and of its very interesting past and development.
Around the museum was a teddy bear treasure trail that was proving popular.
Mansfield Museum Mansfield
#22 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
Museums are always worth the visit.
I would definitely recommend going and having a look round, lots of informative little displays about local industry, a small children's area and regular changing displays within the museum.
New Art Exchange Nottingham
#23 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
#24 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
Friendly welcoming staff and volunteers keen to talk about the history of the cottages which have been made into the museum and cafe.
Went to the opening of the canal side Heritage Centre as I was very interested to see what had been done in my old house they had knocked it around walls gone stairs gone made into a large cafe museum and a lovely...
#25 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
The staff are very friendly and helpful, and will carry out historical enquiries for people trying to find out about the military history of their families, for a donation to the museum to support their running co...
This excellent museum traces the history of the Royal Lancers and the Sherwood regiment.
#26 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
And what's more it is just one of four parts in this old coaching inn - there is the museum, a fascinating art gallery, a coffee shop and an a gift shop (worth a visit n its own right!)
The museum houses many artefacts, some over 2000 years old and is worth a visit for equine enthusiasts .
#27 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
The staff were so lovely and it really shows just how wonderful independent museums can be.
Great, small but full of information museum about Robin Hood, people there are friendly and give You all info You need.
Bonington's Sutton Bonington
#28 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
#29 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire
The Heritage Museum has a lovely relaxed atmosphere and is well worth a visit, particularly if you have any connections to the mining industry.
My husband and I visited Bilsthorpe Heritage Museum yesterday 9th May.
Flying Horse Walk Nottingham
#30 of 49 Museums in Nottinghamshire