Nantwich museum is a small but fun and informative museum with excellent exhibits and detailed information about Cheshire's and nantwichs history. The staff are very friendly and welcoming, and the tour is very enjoyable and interesting with friendly tourguides. I would recomend anyone who is...More
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Visited today and the lovely staff allowed me to use their excellent facilities to carry out some uni work. The exhibitions are great with good interactive interpretation. This place is a huge credit to Nantwich.
A Tardis and time capsule of the history of Nantwich. An abundance of information and historical articles on display. Definitely worth a visit or two or more.
The Museum is in the former Public Library and you can wander round the museum and learn about the Great Fire, Civil War and salt making and also read about the various items that were made in Nantwich like shoes, clothing and clocks. You can...More
Welsh Row is a historic street in Nantwich,The name stems from the time the Welsh visited the area to obtain salt. I saw the exhibition last week when I visited the museum for its monthly fundraising coffee morning. It was clear, well-designed and informative. The...More
This was a very interesting museum although small it gave you a understanding of the area in times past and today with the famous cheese .the staff helpful and answered any questions you might have ,it's free but there is a donation box which you...More
Visited this excellent museum on a number of occasions. Never disappointed with the well maintained exhibits
If your a visitor to Nantwich you would be well advised to spend an hour or so at this local museum, whilst not big it’s full of local artefacts of life through the ages in the town. Particularly interesting are theEnglish civil war items..
Happened upon this museum yesterday. Quite small from the outside but very informative about the history of Nantwich & the area. Very pleasant & helpful staff on hand to explain anything to you & point out some of the more unusual exhibits & how they...More