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Harrow's Local History Museum, set with historic grounds including a moated Medieval Manor House. Reopened after restoration in 2017 with exhibitions in the Manor House and Small Barn. There is also a learning center in the Granary with family self...more
All reviews local history interactive games play area door handle fell off the barn three hours lovely lady information boards at reasonable prices hard work worth the wait basic fare wedding reception excellent excursion dressing up coffee shop lovely cafe
We visit the museum regularly and there is always something new to see and do. This time it was for the Easter holiday Gnome Hunt. 4 yo loved searching for the gnomes, counting, tallying and eliminating letters on the puzzle to find the mystery words...More
A nice display explaining the history of Harrow as well as the Headstone Manor. Also a good place to take a walk and enjoy coffee and snacks in their cafe. There is free admission and free parking. There is a moat around the Manor where...More
We held our wedding reception here last year. The barn is absolutely beautiful. Enough to seat 200 guests and have a dancefloor. Pricewise, pretty decent too. Lots of parking. Overall, really happy with our choice.
The only thing that put a downer on our experience...More
Well worth a visit. The staff are very helpful. There are many interesting items and local history to be found in the museum. After your visit pop into the shop/cafe for a lovely cuppa and piece of cake.
... hearing “Harrod’s” comes with images and after taste – the lifestyle of tea drinking. It represents a scarcity that’s secretly maintained within the border of England, and outside the realms of supermarkets, and residing within the counters of specialty stores and airports. For those...More
This is a lovely spot, the manor house with its museum is a fascinating insight into life in Harrow over the ages. There's various things for children to do too so whilst it's only a little museum, we usually end up staying in there a...More
If you love history, parks etc this is for you. The nearby headstone Manor and Museum is full of history. Think it dates back to about 1500 years. Love open spaces all round which is used for cricket in summer and childrens football in winter....More