Was not aware of the Romany history, this certainly gave a good insight. Many items on display and knowledgable staff.
This is a place for young and old, to learn all about a very different way of life. superb exhibits and Mr Boswell takes great pleasure in showing visitors around and explain Romany life. Very well worth a good couple of hours, you will come away enriched.
There is an admission charge, the museum is the hard work of one Romany Family and is quaint, every thing-such as the coffee area, the seating for a video all looks very 1950s but somehow that appears alright for such a museum. It can be cold on a cold day, but the wagons are full of Romany items-china and glass... More
Well signposted, so no difficulty in finding the Museum. Entrance was very reasonable, £5 each for senior citizens. Coach parties get an hour talk by Mr Boswell but for individual visitors, his lecture is played on a TV screen. In practice we spent a lot of time talking to Gordon Boswell who is a charming man. The large display of... More
Wonderfull visit Gordon Boswell is a first class gentleman bring back memories of my village childhood Many Thanks Gordon
The Romany museum is frankly a hidden treasure. Having lived in the area for over 30 years I had no idea what a fantastic museum was on my doorstep. Firstly, there is an incredible amount to see. A number of Romany wagons, salvaged and restored to a very high standard and arranged so that they can be seen 'up close'.... More
This place is literally on our doorstep - never thought about visiting until we saw an article in our local newspaper. They had a free open day. However had we known we would have been happy to pay. It is well worth a visit - history made extremely interesting for all ages. Mr and Mrs. Boswell are really lovely people... More
Had a wonderful day at the museum very nostalgic with superb exhibits Gordon and his wife were very welcoming will definitely be visiting again
Gordon Boswell treated us like the most special visitors he has ever had, as I suspect he treats every visitor. It was a fascinating and charming museum and a real credit to Gordon for having put it together, recommended!
Arriving here we were made to feel welcome by Margaret. I was in Awe. It is an Amazing collection of old Romany Vardo's and wagons and other objects that give you an insight to the traditional Romany way of life The pictures I took don't do it justice, as the workmanship on the wagons is amazing to see with your... More
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