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All reviews boat trip small cafe dock area pudding outdoor play area interesting stuff ship building well worth a visit little gem staff are very friendly and helpful special events lovely family nice food children and adults cakes local waterways tug boat
if you are in the area it is well worth the visit, show how the area has been involved with ship building, movement of goods by canal and the sea from a port miles inland. See the "Tom Puddings" and how they were used in...More
This museum takes a bit of finding but is worth it,it is free to go in but they apprieciat donations.Lots to see the social history section was good finding how folks lived 100 years ago,wow life was tough.It was easy to see how they got...More
Stumbled across waterways museum a few weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised. It was well laid out with plenty of written information and history as well as beautifully laid out displays some of which were hands on. The boat trip was very relaxing and the...More
Had a great day today onboard the Sobriety barge - leaving from Goole Docks, Waterways Museum at 8.45 arriving at Hull Marina at 14:00. Minibus waiting in Hull for transport back to Goole. A lovely day for a boat trip, didn't feel the cold and...More
We had a fantastic time at the museum which has interesting and informative displays on the history of Goole and regional inland waterways. There are some fun interactives, for example, tying knots and dressing up. The highlight of the visit was the boat trip which...More
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