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#1 of 9 Museums in Sunderland
A modern museum plus an excellent restaurant with views over the River Wear
Ask the very helpful reception staff about the sculpture walk from the museum along the dock-side - again very interesting.
#2 of 9 Museums in Sunderland
We decided to spend a couple of hours here to make a change from the Newcastle museums that are so close to home and visited too frequently.
... conservatory , waterfall and coy carp pond are always warm whatever the weather outdoors , the museum is packed full of art displays , mining memorabilia, fossils , pottery , glass works , the unusual items ar...
#3 of 9 Museums in Sunderland
I would definitely recommend to anyone who loves museums and old aircraft/cars/boats etc.
Excellent Museum with excellent collection of Aviation , Military vehicles Buses Trams and displays .
#4 of 9 Museums in Sunderland
Avisit to this Museum is so interesting because it was involved with the supply of water to the local area, seeing the engine working is just fantastic and atmospheric.
Excellent Enthusiast-Run Museum
#6 of 9 Museums in Sunderland
Great event at the SAFC museum @FansMuseum on Sunday with Colin Todd.
This is a great free museum if you have only a slight interest in railways.
Souter lighthouse South Shields 7.7 km away
#2 of 4 Museums in South Shields
There are spectacular views of the surrounding Leas and coastline to be had from the top of the lighthouse (accessible by some rather steep steps, but worth the climb), whilst the site also houses a small museum,...
#7 of 9 Museums in Sunderland
The newly renovated museum rooms are full of interesting information and artefacts about shipbuilding, ships and the lives of the people who built the ships that made Sunderland 'the greatest shipbuilding townin t...
Well worth a visit coupled with a visit to the main Sunderland Museum which has a floor devoted to the Maritime history of the City of Sunderland.
#1 of 1 Museums in Seaham
This is a very small, but delightful museum with an interesting tale to tell, the recovery and restoration of a former lifeboat, the RNLB George Elmy.
The staff were lovely an more than happy to chat about the museum and local area.