In the event of trying to escape the rain that was chucking it down, I thought that I would pop into the Yorkshire Museum.
The museum was interesting to a point although I found that it was heavily driven towards the younger generation.
This is a good thing I guess but when you have 1-2 years olds screaming in a confined space well my ears were hurting to say the least.
The bits worth seeing are the roman history on ground floor, the chapter house that is incorporated into the basement & the beautiful middleham jewel which I could happily look at for hours, there is also an interesting video that's tucked away by the period costumes that talks to real people locally & discusses the cities attitude to conservstion.
Aside from the above 2 I found it a little difficult to charge £7.50 entry (although that allows a years unlimited visiting).
Overall it's a good museum if u live locally its free as well but if you are visiting I think it may be one to do next time!
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