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All reviewsboat tripwaterways museumdock areaoutdoor play areainteresting stufflittle gemwell worth a visitpuddingnice cafenice foodfew hoursstaff were very friendlychildren and adultscakeslocal waterwayssunny daygoolwa
We visited with French friends on a Sunday afternoon.
When we arrived the staff member on the desk obviously ticked off the number in our party on sheet of paper but there was no welcome or explanation about the museum. Although we arrived before the...More
We absolutely loved this museum. Small but perfectly formed! Instead of trying to be all about inland waterways it concentrates on local waterways heritage, the boat building and carrying if the North Eastern waterways. Take time to read the interpretation panels to understand the full...More
Visited today with my friend and mother. The museum was extremely interesting, clearly laid out with a nice balance of reading information and hands on exhibits. 'New looking' areas for young children to play. All the staff went out of their way to be helpful,...More
Spent an morning here with family. Very informative museum to keep young and old interested. Friendly staff. Opportunity to take a trip on their boat. Cafe nice for a snack. Well signposted. Suitable for disabled.Entry free.
We spent a very peaceful and relaxing 6 hours on the Canal Roots trip, from Goole to Ferrybridge, that was run by the museum. On a gloriously sunny day we set off with 8 other passengers (the trip only takes 10 so there's plenty of...More
I have visited here this morning with my other half and 8yr old who at first wasn't bothered about going. He's left loving it. Fabulous little museum and the 45minute boat trip is worth it, made our trip. My little boy was allowed to steer...More