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Highly impressive building in the centre of Barnsley, sculpted in Portland stone. Constructed some 86 years ago, the landscaped fountain areas in front make it an eye-catching place to visit if in the town centre.
Very good and interactive for the kids. I went to the museum and found it rather interesting. There was a craft station there and lot of interactive bits and bobs. I visited the cafe and was very impressed with the nourishment I ordered. The shop...More
We visited the town hall on the recommendation of a lady at the Cooper Gallery. We immediately found ourselves in the Barnsley experience museum. What a place! A wonderful interactive museum telling a fascinating history of Barnsley and surrounding areas. Very interesting exhibition about the...More
Food was nice tasting rubbish value for money came out feeling hungry and I'm only small had the stew 4 prices of meat in a gravy 2 tablespoons of mash and a tiny dumpling £12.50 so not worth it very disappointed. But nice pub.
The town hall is an absolutely amazing building that stands out above the centre of the town. The gardens surrounding it are lovely with planted flower beds and a large water feature. There is a museum housed in the building as well that is worth...More
Absolutely beautiful now it has been refurbished, everywhere was so clean and looked really cared for, the room used for the wedding service was lovely, light and airy for a hot day and really well presented wish we could have been able to throw confetti...More
First of all the reception i received was welcoming. The lady there was polite and well informed. Visited the museum had half hour to spare. Very interesting particularly like the history of the miners.I will be visiting lots more . The security guard very professional....More